Guest columnist Camilla Liu comments on the rise of anti-Asian racism and incidence of hate-motivated crimes across North America. The Tuesday shooting in Atlanta, in which six Asian women were killed, appears to fit the pattern.View More Anti-Asian Racists Must Pay Legal Price
More than 160 Canadians lost their lives, more than 1,000 were wounded, and the government spent over $20 billion during Canada’s mission in Afghanistan. Stephen M. Saideman, a scholar and the Paterson Chair in International…View More Author Revisits Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz owes his early literary education to the two local librarians who nurtured his love for reading. The all-too-familiar story of unsupportive Dominican immigrant parents equating success with being a doctor…View More Author ‘Pays It Forward’ for Writers of Colour
The rise of ‘fascist’ and ‘racist’ Donald Trump who has floated to the top with the support of millions of Americans has prompted many to conclude that Americans are by and large racists. But that…View More How Recession is Linked to Racism
My name is Mohamad Ali Ozeir. My father’s name is Ali. My mother’s name is Khadija. My children’s names are Zena, Hassan, Jenan, Nadine and Sahar. I look like a typical Arab man: dark, Middle…View More It’s Islamic Terrorism. So What?
On Oct. 17, mayoral candidate Henriette Reker was stabbed in the neck during a campaign stop in Cologne, Germany. The perpetrator, a 44-year-old unemployed man, was furious about Reker’s support for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s migration policy, which…View More Canada is Not Immune to Racist Ideology
In the grand scheme of things in the election campaign it was a minor incident, but an unsettling one. I refer to the odd spectacle that unfolded at a press conference for the Prime Minister…View More Polarizing Politics and Public Anger