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RACISM IN CANADA:

Different colors, One People


–Did you know racial charged violence has been on the rise?
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WHAT IS
HAPPENING?
11-YEAR-OLD AMARION ALLEN, IN FRONT OF THE POLICE LINE SHORTLY BEFORE THE
EXCHANGE OF GUNFIRE BETWEEN POLICE AND PROTESTERS IN PROTESTS FOR A YEAR
OF MICHAEL BROWN'S DEATH PHOTO: RICK WILKING / REUTERS
TYPES OF VIOLENCE : MURDER AND MAIMING OF PEOPLE OF COLOR
Pictures of the clothing that Travon Martin was wearing at the time of his death have been released by authorities. (AP)

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BRIEF HISTORICAL INSIGHT
ON THE RACIAL
DISCRIMINATION IN CANADA
CONSEQUENCES
PERCENTILE REPORT OF
TORONTO HIGH
SCHOOL STUDENTS
ENGAGED IN DEVIANT
AC T I V I T I E S AT S O M E
POINT IN THEIR LIFE BY
RACIAL GROUP.

( R E S U LT S F RO M T H E
2000 TORONTO YOUTH
CRIME VICTIMIZATION
SURVEY; TANNER AND
WORTLEY [2002])
"Mommy, I wish I was peach like you.“

November 1, 2015

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CANADA’S ACTION PLAN
AGAINST RACISM
1. Assist victims and groups vulnerable to racism and related forms of
discrimination.

2. Develop forward-looking approaches to promote diversity and


combat racism.
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3. Strengthen the role of civil society.

4. Strengthen regional and international cooperation.

5. Educate children and youth on diversity and anti-racism.

6. Counter hate and bias.


EQUALIT Y OF OUTCOME AND NOT SIMPLY EQUALIT Y OF
OPPORTUNIT Y.

1.To strengthen social cohesion through anti-racism measures.

2.To eliminate racist behaviors and attitudes and to help close the gap in
socio-economic outcomes for all Canadians.

3. To further the implementation of Canada’s human rights framework;

4.To demonstrate federal government leadership in the international fight


against racism.
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