Topic: colonialism


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FFFF: Citizen Dwayne Interviews Redskins Fans About Their Team’s Name

There’s been some buzz that the Washington Redskins might be looking at changing their, frankly, racist name. Citizen Dwayne Kenndy from Totally Biased with ... [ more ]

There’s been some buzz that the Washington Redskins might be looking at changing their, ... [ more ]

There’s been some buzz that the Washington Redskins might be looking at changing their, frankly, racist name. Citizen Dwayne ... [ more ]

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FFFF: Franchesca Ramsey’s Halloween Costume Fails

It’s almost that time of year again – Halloween! Don’t mark it by wearing a racist Halloween costume. Franchesca Ramsey suggests some costumes to ... [ more ]

It’s almost that time of year again – Halloween! Don’t mark it by wearing ... [ more ]

It’s almost that time of year again – Halloween! Don’t mark it by wearing a racist Halloween costume. Franchesca ... [ more ]

New Passport Design Leaves out Canada’s Diversity

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks, which Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird claims ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks, which Foreign ... [ more ]

Being an Ally Starts with Speaking Up

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of post-secondary education and a part-time job that got me little ... [ more ]

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of ... [ more ]

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of post-secondary education and a part-time ... [ more ]

A sign reads "Wrong Way" on the side of a dirt road, with tar sands industrial development in the background

Alberta’s Oil Sands are a Project of Colonial Violence

by Arij Riahi In early July I traveled to Fort McMurray, Alberta. The booming oil town– sometimes renamed Fort McMoney– is located 400 kilometres ... [ more ]

by Arij Riahi In early July I traveled to Fort McMurray, Alberta. The booming ... [ more ]

by Arij Riahi In early July I traveled to Fort McMurray, Alberta. The booming oil town– sometimes renamed Fort ... [ more ]

Reflecting on Cultural Appropriation

by Akta Sehgal When I was first taught about cultural appropriation, I learned about the examples of individuals adopting certain practices of Indigenous peoples ... [ more ]

by Akta Sehgal When I was first taught about cultural appropriation, I learned about ... [ more ]

by Akta Sehgal When I was first taught about cultural appropriation, I learned about the examples of individuals adopting ... [ more ]