Racism dominates rights forum

Racism dominates rights forum

By Gerald V. Paul Canada bears a heavy legacy of racial discrimination because of its history which can still be seen in current society where “racism is entrenched at all levels,” a recent panel discussion was told. Margaret Parsons, executive director of African Canadian Legal Clinic, told the Dialogue on the Decade for People of […]

Building Bridges with Private Schools

Building Bridges with Private Schools by Gerald V. Paul Thanks to the African Canadian Christian Network (ACCN), parents and children converged at North York’s Council Chambers, with one mind and purpose. They were attending an Information Session for admission to private schools in the GTA, through scholarships or financial aid for the academic year beginning […]

Who cares about racial inequalities?

Who cares about racial inequalities? By Gerald V. Paul A 2014 Racial Justice Report Card for Ontario evaluated the positions of the three main Ontario political parties and found them wanting when it comes to addressing racial inequalities. “In this election, issues such as human rights, racial profiling and legal aid have largely been ignored […]