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“Je suis une Humaine”

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Following the attacks in Baghdad, Beirut and Paris, perhaps the most important words we could be thinking and uttering are “Je suis une Humaine.” “أنا إنسان”. “I am a human.” …And other thoughts from Iraqi Kurdistan.

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It’s not ‘either / or’

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Happy Valley-Goose Bay can and should open its doors to refugees fleeing violence in Syria, while also finding a permanent solution to ending homelessness in Central Labrador.

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Barbaric culture talk

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As politicians bid for votes in the last few days of a seemingly endless election campaign, it deserves to be asked: Is winning the best measure of leadership?

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Racism alive and well in St. John’s

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“I’m going on my third year living in St. John’s, and I’ve never been so hesitant to let people I meet know where and who I come from.”

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Sharp criticism sometimes stifles discussion

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There is a fine line between freedom of expression and (tolerance of) discriminatory language and beliefs: have we found it?

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Provincial government must take action on racism

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Racism is systemic – the solutions must be too

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#notallwhitepeople

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Racism needs to be understood as pervasive and systemic, not simply on a case-by-case basis

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In Honour of Loretta

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Trigger Warning – This article deals with the death of Loretta Saunders, an Inuk woman who was found murdered on Wednesday, February 26th in Salisbury, New Brunswick.

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Innu-vate, don’t perpetuate

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The CBC has apologized for its problematic coverage of Innu communities. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

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Stephen Harper’s Border Road Show

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By endorsing the exploitation of immigrants as entertainment, federal Conservatives toy with a politics of fear and hate

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One world, two worlds, three worlds, four…

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Debate led to disturbing confrontation

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Oil and Water: a complicated success

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A powerful play that doesn’t just tell a heartwarming story

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Canadian values under threat

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But who are they most in danger from?

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Forced to leave

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The story of a Mi’kmaw forced into exile, as told by his great-great-grandson…

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Refugees

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Graph showing the backlog of refugees, the number of claims granted and the success rate, 1999-2009.

What is Jason Kenney up to?

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