There’s a pattern of portraying non-white professionals as dangerously deceptive
There’s been a lot of attention on police violence against Black people in the U.S. How different is Canada’s policing system?
Vicky and Supriya talk to human rights activist Monia Mazigh about CSIS’s unannounced visits to Muslim men’s homes and workplaces.
The pundits have been out in full force after Black Lives Matter disrupted the Toronto Pride Parade.
The government declared that ISIS is committing a genocide against Yazidis. Vicky and Supriya look into what that means for Canada’s obligations.
How the media handled a reporter’s death by suicide, controversy over a VICE documentary and the Chinese Foreign Minister berates a reporter.
For the past year, Desmond Cole has been the media’s go-to guy whenever a story about black Canadians would come up. Now, he discusses what’s to come after hosting COMMONS.
The Ethnic Aisle is a crowdfunded digital magazine tackling issues of multiculturalism, diversity, and race in Toronto and the GTA. Chantal Braganza is the managing editor of The Ethnic Aisle and a digital media producer at TVO. Guest hosted by Scaachi Koul.
What does it really mean to be represented, in the media or in government? Can one kind of minority stand-in for another? What is shadeism? Does the media demand that minorities conform to whiteness in order to get in front of a camera? Is Canada finally, truly ready to deal with race? Septembre Anderson takes it all on.
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