Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Scholars across Canada call for racial justice and an end to anti-Black and anti-Indigenous violence

Co-organized by the University of Toronto Mississauga’s very own Professor Beverly Bain—a Black, queer, feminist scholar and activist who teaches in Women and Gender Studies in the Department of Historical Studies—Scholar Strike Canada organized a strike against systemic racism.

Correcting COVID-19 Misconceptions Requires Caution

When someone says something false, we usually turn to the facts: the credible, educational material in an attempt to sway them elsewhere. Correcting misconceptions about COVID-19, however, seems to require more than just posters saying, "wear a mask" because it's the "right thing to do."

The importance of youth in conversations on sustainability

Dr. Marc Johnson discusses his initiative to educate youth in hopes of creating a more environmentally sustainable world

A pocketful of poetry

We should show kindness to those in need. Kindness can be our way to succeed. We should stop the betrayal and lies. These only destroy our ties.

The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg heralds the end of an era

The contributions of “the Notorious RBG” may be swept away with a new wave of conservatism in the U.S. Supreme Court

Canada isn’t ready for predictive AI policing

Historical police data has systemic issues with bias and discrimination

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