Anthony Morgan is a human-rights lawyer and public servant. He is also a commentator and advocate for Canadian multiculturalism, racism and critical race theory. You can follow him on Twitter at @AnthonyNMorgan 


Doing justice by Black Canadians

(This article has been translated into French.) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently gave a short but significant speech on Parliament Hill announcing that the Government of Canada is officially recognizing the International Decade for People of African …

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Rendre justice aux Canadiens noirs

(Cet article a été traduit de l’anglais.) Dans une allocution aussi brève qu’importante prononcée sur la Colline du Parlement, le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a récemment annoncé que le gouvernement du Canada soulignera officiellement la Décennie …

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Where are Black Canadians in the cannabis debate?

In our country’s conversation on legalizing cannabis, whose voices really matter? Canada’s cannabis legalization is only months away, and politicians, the police, political pundits, public policy professionals and professors have overwhelmingly dominated the debate. Sadly, and …

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Black Canadians and the justice system

Black people are dramatically over-represented in Canada’s prison system, making up 8.6 of the federal prison population, despite the fact they make up only 3 percent of the population. What is more, between 2003 and …

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