By Janica Maya
Statues in Canada have stood motionless for centuries, but have sparked movements against racism and discrimination in the country.
In the wake of global protests against systemic racism and discrimination, many have called for the removal of statues of famous figures associated with racial acts in Canada. The absence of minority figures reveals the missing voices in Canada, and this has prompted for an alternative approach on how schools should reintroduce Canadian history with a more inclusive and intersectional view.
COVID-19: A Second Wave?
By Kassandra Sharma
Continuing with everyday life, while taking new precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic is our ‘new normal’. Social distancing, facemasks and working from home are all terms we need to grow accustomed to and while the daily cases have decreased and protocols eased, it’s not over yet.
Dionne Aleman’s research has never been more relevant.