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A new series on discrimination and justice

Events drawn from Canadian history where governments have acknowledged and apologized for racist actions and policies. Combining historical information with documents, photos, and first-person accounts.

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Righting Canada's Wrongs:
Residential Schools:
 The Devastating Impact on Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Findings and Calls for Action

 

By Melanie Florence

Righting Canada's Wrongs:
The Chinese Head Tax and Anti-
Chinese Immigration Policies in
the Twentieth Century

By Arlene Chan

 

 

 

Righting Canada's Wrongs:
The Komagata Maru 
and Canada's 
Anti-Indian Immigration
Policies in the Twentieth Century

By Pamela Hickman

 

 

 


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

By Pamela Hickman & Jean Smith Cavalluzzo

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

By Pamela Hickman & Masako Fukawa

 

Righting Canada's Wrongs
Resource Guide

By The Critical Thinking Consortium