Avvy Go, Clinic Director - Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic Yet another video has gone viral within the social media platforms frequented by Chinese Canadians about a customer refusing to wear a mask inside a store. At first brush, this video is no different from others as it depicts a white guy arguing with … Continue reading I am Canadian, but do you see me as one?
https://youtu.be/JQZqyv45NuM Webinar Flyer Download Webinar Handouts Download Colour of Poverty June 22 Webinar (English PPT) Download Colour of Poverty June 22 Webinar (French PPT) Download Colour of Poverty Disaggregated Data Survey Template Download Monday, Jun 22, 2020 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm [EDT] Race matters when it comes to health, and other social indicators of … Continue reading [Materials Posted] Race Matters – Now Make It Count: Virtual discussion by Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change (June 22, 2020)
By Amy Go, President, Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice COVID-19 does not impact all of us in the same way. It’s easy, but simplistic, to think otherwise – that this horrible virus can infect and affect everyone equally, regardless of wealth, fame, race, etc. Some celebrities have fallen into this trap, trying to … Continue reading LET’S FACE RACE
Avvy Go, Clinic Director - Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic Since the province has sensibly decided that “professional and social services that support the legal and justice system” are part of the essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have continued to go to my workplace everyday at the Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal … Continue reading The hidden and not-so-hidden casualty of COVID-19
In episode four of the #RacesEDJ podcast mini-series by Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change (COP-COC), our guests Peter Ijeh and Jane Ku discuss the legacy of the Underground Railroad, industry, and the racialization of poverty in Windsor and Essex County. Peter Ijeh – African Community Organization of Windsor Jane Ku – Associate Professor – Sociology/Women and Gender … Continue reading racesEDJ Podcast Mini-Series: E04 – The Legacy of Race in Windsor/Essex County & Building Anti-Racism Momentum