Living in a free country is a privilege some young people take for granted these days, but not Canadian teen Emmanuel Adegboyega.

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A high school student whose yearbook tribute to his late grandmother was replaced with a racist message says her legacy of faith is helping him through this challenging time.

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Canada’s Jesuits are asking Canadians to examine their collective conscience in the wake of Joyce Echaquan’s death in a hospital in Joliette, Que.

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The timing of the photo op couldn’t have been better. A defiant, COVID- sick Donald Trump popping out of hospital to wave to his supporters from a vehicle, putting the driver and security detail in extreme danger, illustrated so perfectly one of Pope Francis’s key concepts in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tutti , On Fraternity and Social Friendship.

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Parents in York Region looking for support while advocating for their Black children within the education system have another place to turn.

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In mid-August, Unilever urged ice-cream trucks selling Good Humor products to play a newly-created jingle.

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Fifty-five years ago, Pope Paul VI penned these words on the eve of the official end of Vatican II:

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Parents of Black children are continuing in the push for change as the province works to address issues of systemic racism in Ontario schools.

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For teenage anti-racism activist Brooklyn Albuquerque, the fight for social justice hits painfully close to home.

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The killing of George Floyd by a police officer and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement to end white supremacy and systemic racism led me to reflect on an early memory I have from my journey of work towards being an anti-racist Catholic.

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It wasn’t so long ago that many of us were using the COVID-19 virus to argue that our world was more interconnected than we care to admit. Divisions are commonplace and people move through their lives erecting barriers between the haves and have-nots, between the East and the West, between the good and the bad.

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Audrey Johnson has seen systemic racism. She’s felt it. And every Sunday morning at 7 a.m. sharp she and a small circle of black friends meet at church and kneel down and pray for it to end.

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Deacon Michael James Robinson has a lifetime of experience that tells him systemic racism is real and it’s embedded in Canadian history and culture.

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The horrifying death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer has sparked protests against police brutality and racism in the United States and worldwide.

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It’s astonishing that, amidst massive protests across the United States against police racism, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki had to sort through various definitions of systemic racism to determine whether it was endemic to Canada’s national police force. At first, she claimed the RCMP was free of systemic racism before doing an about-face and admitting that racism is indeed entrenched in the Mounties.

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