Multiple teachers in the United States have been punished for acknowledging the existence of systemic racism in their classrooms.
The human rights organization has stated it is taking “concrete steps forward to build an anti-racist organization.”
In his resignation letter, Matthew DiMera, rabble.ca's first Black editor-in-chief, said it's "increasingly clear that my contributions have not been valued and that there is no future here for me."
Introducing Unpaid Royalties, a series about the myriad ways that the music industry exploits Black artists—and what's being done to change them.
Echaquan's death in a hospital in Joliette, Quebec, while nurses made racist comments about her has made some Indigenous peoples increasingly fearful of going to the hospital for help.
The bill would require judges to use discriminatory "risk assessment" tools to predict future criminality, with no possibility for appeal.
In the first case of its kind, the U.K. government has stopped using an automated system that discriminated against visa applicants based on their nationality.
Police are investigating hate crimes after four nooses were found at three different Toronto construction site in June.
Technologists from MIT, Harvard, and Google say research claiming to predict crime based on human faces creates a "tech-to-prison pipeline" that reinforces racist policing.
In audio from a town hall, National Post journalists are heard grilling their editors about the publication of Rex Murphy’s column. The opinion editor called it a “fuck up.”
In the wake of George Floyd’s killing and a national uprising, police officers are actually facing backlash for their entries into a canon of bad online behavior from law enforcement.
Nancy Elgie said a terrible thing. Then she made it worse.