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I read this story recently about Kyle Lydell Canty, which only gave the idea of this post more ammunition. He is a US citizen who resided in a Vancouver homeless shelter. He went through the process of claiming refuge from police brutality. He personally prepared and presented his case on October 23rd. He cited the UN who condemned the States in 2014 on the issue of police brutality. Naturally he gave his own examples and experiences during police interactions and he also talked about well-known cases like Michael Brown and...

*Current Chief Mark Saunders and predecessor Bill Blair As we roll into the New Year, I want to shed light on this issue of "carding" that has been progressing like a chess game. Basically 3 major moves were played by TPS and the government to lock down this police activity. Before I start off this post, I want to make a quick overstanding about the main difference between carding and racial profiling. I'm doing this because anybody outside of Toronto will be able to follow and have a better...

I believe in looking at every angle, every little detail of a story before making a informed opinion. Even when I make a hasty judgement stemming from emotions, I still have the ability to look for clarity and truth and revise my thoughts. That’s why I consider Toronto local Andrew Burger a hero. I have a number of reasons why I came to this conclusion. First things first, let me familiarize you with this man and the situation. I’ll start off with a police account of what happened. On...

Self-Education is a revolutionary tactic because you’re acquiring knowledge that will increase your sense of self-worth, not only for yourself but future generations as well. Knowledge of self is easily translatable to love of self. My first post was "The Importance of Self-Education." I wrote this short guide so I’m not just preaching the importance but laying out concrete steps. When you first begin and continue this journey, it can be difficult without the pressure from teachers or professors making deadlines for assignments. There are no consequences for...

  Growing up, I hardly learned anything about Black history in school. I was born in Toronto and raised by a single, African Warrior Queen from Ghana. My family started from the bottom at a co-op apartment building. She worked hard while dealing with discrimination (and still continues to face discrimination) to improve her position while having her education back home undervalued. In 2003, my family went from an apartment building to living in a townhouse. I’m proud to live in Toronto, since I can’t see myself growing up...