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La Meute

Rather disturbing, if not entirely surprising, story at CBC today about the rise of far-right, anti-immigrant groups in Quebec.

The question of Quebec identity has come up in this province from time to time whenever new customs are introduced into the majority culture. 169 more words



Well, there you go! HEXENHAUS was officially launched on Monday night with the help of the sensational Bec Mac. Launching a book is really one of the most rewarding aspects of the rather solitary life of a writer. 380 more words

Mainstreaming Hate after the Election


This is a guest post by Donna Young, the guest editor of the November–December Academe issue. She is a law professor at Albany Law School and president of the Albany Law School AAUP chapter. 757 more words


Post Election Perspective

There is no more argument as to whether or not Mr. Trump spoke honestly. The plans for a Muslim registry are well under way. There is question as to whether or not this plan will apply to all Muslims living in the United States or simply Muslims immigrating to this country. 955 more words

2016 Election


A phobia, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is an exaggerated, usually inexplicable and illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation. It may be hard for the afflicted to sufficiently determine or communicate the source of this fear, but it exists. 452 more words


Peeling Away

So a few weeks ago, Donald Trump was voted in as President of the United States. (It was going to be Hillary Clinton-everyone was pretty sure about that- but somehow, right after our first black president, we elected our first buffoon president.) And with him, hate was elected. 613 more words


Fight Islamaphobia

Would you like to be more involved in fighting Islamaphobia? CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is always looking for volunteers. If you commute regularly into the city, you can also volunteer to accompany someone on their commute who might not feel safe. Sign up here.

What You Can Do