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FSIN signs reconciliation agreement with Elbow

The resort town of Elbow is the first Saskatchewan community to sign a pledge with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) for reconciliation.

Elbow Mayor Rob Hundeby said he grew up believing racist stereotypes about indigenous people and he admits he laughed at racist jokes. 387 more words

Saskatchewan

Labels & Tribal Loyalty

There is always a big debate about whether labels and inclusion result in positives or negatives.

To me, my personal opinion on these have changed over the years due to different experiences and changes on my world view perspective. 1,865 more words

Confessions of A Black Seminarian Pt 3: Letter to Black Seminarians

Dear Black Seminary Student, 

God has used you to encourage my soul. I remember so many moments where we discussed our shared experience. You come from various places, but God has allowed us to connect. 506 more words

Biblical

Race, Ethnicity, and Golf Clubs?

As an Asian American, who was adopted and raised by a white family in a privileged culture, I’ve always naturally struggled with my identity. I’ve quite literally always been in the minority, racially, in all of my circles, and honestly, I have trouble imagining what it’d be like if it were otherwise. 681 more words

Lifestyle

On Being Black and Conservative

 

  I grew up considerably liberal, so liberal that it was a normal way of life for me to oppose Conservatism and always side with the Liberal Party of Canada and the Democratic Party in America. 1,065 more words

Black

No bias by Calgary police during Colton Crowshoe investigation, says ASIRT

Racial bias didn’t play a role in how city police handled the disappearance of Colton Crowshoe, says Alberta’s police watchdog.

However, the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) did cite several problems with how Calgary police deal with missing persons cases as a whole, saying errors and oversights were made. 608 more words

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