Wednesday February 21, 2018
The Current explores issues of race facing all Canadians today, from environmental racism, to gentrification of traditionally black communities, to how the #MeToo moment is excluding black women and the violence they live under.
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'A community of widows': How African-Nova Scotians are confronting a history of environmental racism
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Injustice is a way of Indigenous life, say advocates dismayed at verdict in Tina Fontaine murder trial
Advocates say that 150 years of policy have created a justice system that will continually fail vulnerable Indigenous women and girls, but one lawyer argues the case against Raymond Cormier was always going to be difficult to prove. More video
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The controversy over Jaspal Atwal's invitation to dine with Justin Trudeau has cast a cloud over the prime minister's trip to India, and highlighted "Canada's long-standing reputation in India as being soft on [Sikh] separatism, and not just separatism but extremism." More read commentsListen 24:04