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Canadian Anti-Racism Education
Anti-Racism Education in Canada: Best Practices
This report provides a summary of best practices as well as examples of initiatives in anti-racism education in Canadian cities. Districts have a diverse set of programs, documents and resources, as well as expert staff which the report draws upon and summarizes.
Black Women in Canada
A report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives about the experience of Black women living in Canada
Canadian Anti-racism Network: Myths about Hate Groups
A frank discussion about hate groups and Canada and the myths that surround them.
Carding and anti-Black racism in Canada
A 2019 report from Amnesty International about anti-Black racism in Canada. It gives examples of how racism is part of our Justice system and states that we have ignored the problem and continue to do so.
Educational Resources for Anti-Racism
Classroom and professional development resources from the Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation
Racism/Diversity in Canada
Charles Hou has assembled an collection of 100s of chronologically organized political cartoons & photos about the history of racism in Canada.
Speak Truth to Power Canada, Defenders for Human Rights
This teacher resource facilitates pedagogy for responsible citizenship. Speak Truth to Power (STTP) Canada can enable students to learn about access to rights from a grassroots to a global level.
The Story of Africville
If you’ve never heard of Africville, you’re not alone; the tragic story of this small Black community in Nova Scotia is not as well known as it should be.
Voices into Action
This free online educational program meets requirements of Canadian secondary school curricula. Explore social justice issues - both past and current. Become empowered to speak out and take action against hatred and all forms of discrimination!
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