Letters

Comments on two Share articles

By Admin 29.07.2015

Dear Editor: I look forward to reading the Share every week. There are two articles from the July 16, 2015 edition I would like to comment on. 1. Ida B. Wells, by Murphy Browne. In the 60s Emmet Till was …

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All it took was the right telephone call

By Admin 10.06.2015

Dear Editor: I feel compelled to thank Gordon Cressy for responding positively to the concerns raised over carding. Thanks to his efforts we now have a distinguished group of Canadians all calling for an end to carding. This is a …

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The police have enough power

By Admin 10.06.2015

Dear Editor: Making one’s job easier is not always best for everyone else. The police claim they can protect us better, both in the areas of crime prevention and of prosecution, if they were at liberty to have a “chat” …

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Dear Mr. Auguste:

By Admin 06.06.2015

Good day to you. I have never written to a newspaper, but as a Black woman I feel compelled to do so now. Thank you for keeping the carding issue alive…on the front page, right hand corner of Share. I …

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End carding! Restore our human rights!

By Admin 06.06.2015

By Dr. CLEM MARSHALL During the eighties I was co-chair of the Rally Against Apartheid, which marched on Queen’s Park thousands strong. We never dreamed back then that two generations later we, and all those who look like us, would …

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Jamaican Canadian Association’s resolution on carding

By Admin 06.06.2015

Protesting carding, racial profiling and anti-Black racism.by the Toronto Police Service   Whereas: The members of the Jamaican-Canadian Association absolutely abhors the practice of the Toronto Police Service where its members arbitrarily stop, question, record and store individual’s personal information …

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Carding ‘breaks all rules of fair, just society’

By Admin 06.06.2015

Dear Mr. Auguste: Thanks for exposing the dangers and systemic inequality of the current carding policy being practiced by the Toronto police force, in your recent articles and editorials in the Share newspaper. This illegal and morally bankrupt policing policy …

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People in charge ‘do not respect the Black community’

By Admin 06.06.2015

Dear Editor: Thank you so much for the profound way in which you have been covering the racial profiling/carding/John Tory/Bill Blair/Police Services Board issue. I totally agree with you and hope you will continue to stand with us on this …

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OHRC’S position on racial profiling ‘clear’

By Admin 06.06.2015

This Letter was sent to Police Chief Bill Blair by the chair of the Ontario Human Rights Commission and a copy made available to Share.   Dear Chief Blair: Re: Community Engagement Procedures I am writing further to the Ontario …

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Carding must end!

By Admin 06.06.2015

Dear Editor: RE: Cops get the green light on carding (Share, April 2, 2015) Thanks for publishing this very informative article which I sincerely hope will enlighten those in our community who are unaware of what carding is and how …

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