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“Race,” Rights and the Law in the Supreme Court of Canada: Historical Case Studies

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Four cases in which the legal issue was “race” — that of a Chinese restaurant owner who was fined for employing a white woman; a black man who was refused service in a bar; a Jew who wanted to buy a cottage but was prevented by the property…
Like A Loaded Weapon: The Rehnquist Court, Indian Rights, and the Legal History of Racism in America

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Robert A. Williams Jr. boldly exposes the ongoing legal force of the racist language directed at Indians in American society. Fueled by well-known negative racial stereotypes of Indian savagery and cultural inferiority, this language, Williams contends, has…
Race on Trial: Black Defendants in Ontario's Criminal Courts, 1858-1958

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While slavery in Canada was abolished in 1834, discrimination remained. Race on Trial contrasts formal legal equality with pervasive patterns of social, legal, and attitudinal inequality in Ontario by documenting the history of black Ontarians who appeared before…
Game, Set, Match: Billie Jean King and the Revolution in Women's Sports
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The Color of Crime (Second Edition): Racial Hoaxes, White Fear, Black Protectionism, Police…

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When The Color of Crime was first published ten years ago, it was heralded as a path-breaking book on race and crime. Now, in its tenth anniversary year, Katheryn Russell-Brown's book is more relevant than ever. The Jena Six, Duke Lacrosse Team, Amadou Diallo,…
Discrimination in the Canadian Courts: The true story of a Muslim father fighting for his children

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Ali Pey came to Canada from Iran as an experienced engineer in 2000, and he’s since worked hard to build a successful career and raise his two daughters. Like many other immigrants, he proudly became a Canadian citizen and assumed that he would be treated fairly…