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Interrobang articles on the topic of Racism


Black Lives Matter today, but for how long?
Whether it's masks, t-shirts, posters, graffiti, I see London Ontario is finally listening more intently to those who have been trying to speak. Read this article

Western's faculty union stands with national strike against police violence
Western's faculty union encouraged their members to participate in a strike to protest anti-Black police brutality alongside post-secondary institutions across Canada and the US. Read this article

Interrobang Podcast: Vanessa Patterson, Western University alumna
When Western University alumna Vanessa Patterson saw an Instagram account call out racism in Harvard Law, and then another one doing the same for Queen's University Business School, she realized the issue of racism on campus applied to her own alma mater. Read this article

Interrobang podcast: Joel Abram
In Canada, a spotlight has been shone on racism against Indigenous First Nations people from the country's own police force. Grand Chief Joel Abram spoke with Interrobang about why now is the time for Canadians to acknowledge their country's own history of racism. Read this article

Running the interracial dating dash: A historical approach
Challenges, bigotry and isolation are all factors that people in interracial relationships have to endure. Read this article

Canadians: We're not as nice as we think we are
One week ago, I was riding the bus to the college when I witnessed something I have personally never seen in all 27 years of my life. Read this article

Editorial: Days since Western's last bigoted incident? Zero.
Last week a series of angry posts flooded social media, condemning an English professor's use of the N-word during a lecture on racial language. Read this article

Take Back the Night protests gender-based violence, racism
On Sept. 26, those opposing violence against women gathered in Victoria Park as part of the annual international Take Back the Night march. Read this article

Ontario passes bills for a better tomorrow
Michael Coteau, Minister of Children and Youth Services and the Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism, successfully had two legislations passed on June 1st that will create a better future for all children, youth and people of colour. Read this article

London raising its hands against racism
Tuesday, March 21 marked the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, which it aims to support actions in the lives of everyday people to stand up, encourage and defend the rights of others. Read this article

Minister Coteau: An attempt to make Ontario racism free
The Anti-Racism Directorate aims to make Ontario racism free by hosting community meetings across the province of Ontario to hear the public's ideas on addressing systemic racism. Read this article

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