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Righting Canada's Wrongs: The Sixties Scoop and the Stolen Lives of Indigenous Children

An examination of the Sixties Scoop – a child welfare policy in Canada that saw the removal of Indigenous children from their families, often by force.

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Righting Canada’s Wrongs: Inuit Relocations

The Inuit community has proven resilient to many attempts at assimilation, relocation and evacuation to the south. The Canadian government has apologized for their racist policies.

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Righting Canada's Wrongs Resource Guide

A resource guide for the Righting Canada's Wrongs series that provides lessons in historical thinking.

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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Residential Schools

Righting Canada's Wrongs: Italian Canadian Internment in the Second World War

A newly updated edition explains how prejudice and racism led to the roundup and internment of hundreds of loyal Italian Canadians during the Second World War and includes the federal government’s apology for the internment in 2021.

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Crisis in Canada's Policing

We all know policing is in crisis and requires real reform. Based on 40 years of work on this issue, John Sewell details the deep changes required to reverse the racism, sexism and violence embedded in police forces today.

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Residential Schools: Righting Canada's Wrongs

Share the Wealth!

This book shows how Canada’s steadily increasing wealth — which has mostly gone to the top one per cent over the last 20 years — can be successfully taxed to pay for the social programs Canadians need and want, from pharmacare and child care to better care for the elderly to much lower costs for post-secondary students.

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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Anti-Semitism and the MS St. Louis

In 1939, a ship of Jewish refugees, including hundreds of children, was turned away by the Canadian government, fuelled by anti-Semitic sentiments. In 2018, Canada apologized.

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A New Kind of Union

Longtime trade unionist Fred Wilson's behind the scenes account of the merger between the CEP and CAW to form Unifor — Canada's largest private sector union.

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