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  • Seven words to inspire a nation

    Seven words to inspire a nation0

    “Racism and sexism in this country kills.” Seven words to inspire a nation, uttered not seven weeks after Canadian voters gave Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals the political capital to change how the country interacts with itself and the rest of the world.

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  • The racial inequality tearing Baltimore apart thrives in Canada

    The racial inequality tearing Baltimore apart thrives in Canada0

    The lawless tumult plaguing Baltimore reveals once again the desperate situation in racially troubled America. The Civil Rights movement that gained momentum in the U.S. in the ‘50s and ‘60s culminated in the infamous Bloody Sunday during the march in Selma, Alabama, on Mar. 7, 1965. The assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis, Tennessee in April 1968 was a tragic end to all that. The whole world and most Americans hoped, even expected, that would have been the turning point. It wasn’t.

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