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Huge crowds rally against police brutality

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Demonstration against police in Toronto

Hundreds of vocal Toronto residents joined fellow protesters in the U.S. in rallies against the police killing of young unarmed Black men by staging a die-in last weekend at Yonge and Dundas Square.
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Che Marville elected Ontario NDP vice president

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Che Marville

Che Marville, the Oakville New Democratic Party (NDP) candidate in this year’s provincial elections, has been elected the Ontario NDP’s vice president.
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African heritage and culture showcased at ACHA Kwanzaa celebration

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Five-year-old Trinity Moore at the ACHA Kwanzaa celebration

From five-year-old Trinity Moore’s stirring rendition of “What a Wonderful World”, to the lighting of candles and the performing of libation by husband and wife, Dr. Eric and Emily Wickham, last weekend’s Kwanzaa celebrati
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Philanthropist helps U of T students study in Belize

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E. Anthony Ross

Give and don’t count the cost.
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Black History Poster recognizes excellence

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Robert Small

Next year marks two decades since artist Robert Small began producing Black History Month posters showcasing African-Canadians who have achieved excellence. The Legacy poster, which will be officially launched on February 1 at th
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RCMP officer and activist recipients of Dr. Burnley Jones awards

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RCMP Sgt. Craig Smith

To commemorate the extraordinary life of Dr. Burnley (Rocky) Jones, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission (NSHRC) launched an award in his name last year to be awarded at its International Human Rights Day event.
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Lincoln Alexander Day declared January 21

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Two family members of the late Lincoln Alexander made a trip to Ottawa last week to observe a Bill recognizing the late political and race relations champion receive Royal Assent in the Senate.
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Christmas light display a labour of love

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Charles Williams

For the past decade, Pickering resident Charles Williams’ first electricity bill in the New Year hovers around $1,000.
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Canada commits funds for Jamaica’s security

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Minister Chris Alexander

Canada has committed $20 million over the next five years to enhance Jamaica’s justice and security systems.
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Ewart Walters launches new book in Jamaica

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Ewart Walters and Andrew Holness

Journalist, author and historian, Ewart Walters, has successfully launched his latest book, We Come From Jamaica: The National Movement 1937-1962, in Jamaica.
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