Be Informed! What is happening today and why? Below you can find out what the current issues are about. Police brutality continually treated like a ‘one-off’ in Canada Thousands rally in Toronto against anti-black racism after woman falls from balcony … Continue reading →
Reflect! Learn about the history and get background information on racism in Canada What is Anti-Racism? Canada’s slavery secret: The whitewashing of 200 years of enslavement The tragic story of Africville: a part of a much larger story of Black … Continue reading →
For anyone who still believes we do not have systemic racism in Canada, please look at these statistics. If your takeaway is that the people of colour are somehow inferior and that is why they are not succeeding, then you are a racist. If you understand the reasons why so many are left behind is because the barriers they face are simply too insurmountable for far too many, then please have a look at the resources we have gathered so you can take some actions.
One last note on numbers, when we released the Broken Promise, Stolen Futures: Child and Family Poverty in Manitoba report card, we highlighted that child poverty in Manitoba and all across Canada is both gendered and racialized. Please have a look at this graph for the evidence:
May 13th, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Reality Check: Marginalized Manitobans face far more serious obstacles than the size of their dreams To mark the 150th anniversary of Manitoba joining Confederation, Premier Brian Pallister chose to make a statement that while … Continue reading →
(Updated budget presentation to EPC in light of COVID-19, an update on Winnipeg: More than pipes, parks and pavement) I am here to disagree that this budget has balanced essentials and shared the pain of long overdue and needed austerity. … Continue reading →
Winnipeg Free Press. Nov 28, 2019.
CBC News. Nov 28, 2019.
Canstar Community News. Nov 26, 2019.
Edited presentation to Executive Policy Committee with respect to taxation and the 2020-2023 budget review Hello and thank you for the opportunity to speak with you today. I would like to begin by acknowledging that I do appreciate having earlier … Continue reading →
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