Why would province not plan carding hearings for Toronto?

By Arnold Auguste 19.08.2015

When, at the height of the community’s very vocal campaign against the police carding of innocent individuals, the provincial Liberal government announced plans to hold hearings, I was not one of those jumping for joy.

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Hard to keep up with Tory’s capriciousness

By Pat Watson 01.07.2015

I’m confused. Or maybe the current mayor of Toronto is confused. Didn’t John Tory hastily call a news conference a few Sundays ago to tell the people of this city that he would call for a “permanent cancellation of carding once and for all”?

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The Black love affair with Toronto Mayor John Tory

By Admin 07.06.2015

By AJAMU NANGWAYA dem wi’gi` whey dem talent to di state (they will give away their talent to the state) an’di black workin’ class andahrate (and underrate the Black working class) dem wi’ side wid oppressah (they will side with …

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The struggle against carding has been joined

By Arnold Auguste 05.06.2015

Who knew? All we needed to do to get Toronto Police Service Board chair, Alok Mukherjee, to come into the light on carding in the current climate down at City Hall and at police headquarters was to sit him in public transit next to a gentle, respectable Black man who has himself been carded.

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People in charge ‘do not respect the Black community’

By Admin 28.05.2015

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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New chief should test his support in service

By Arnold Auguste 14.05.2015

By ARNOLD A. AUGUSTE, Publisher/Senior Editor
It has been suggested to me that members of the community, meaning the Black community, should support the city’s new police chief.
The message, I guess, is that because he is Black, he deserves our support. It might also be meant to suggest that if he fails, it would look bad on us.

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Community was blinded by Tory’s charm

By Admin 07.05.2015

By Dr. AJAMU NANGWAYA The unchecked lovefest displayed toward John Tory by the African Canadian petty bourgeoisie in Toronto’s 2014 mayoral election prevented this class from looking out for the best interests of the community. The African Canadian newspapers, public …

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Is the new police chief saying Blacks responsible for crime?

By Arnold Auguste 06.05.2015

By ARNOLD A. AUGUSTE, Publisher/Senior Editor
When our soon-to-be-sworn-in new police chief told an audience of Black folks last week that he has no plans to end carding, no one should be surprised. As the Toronto Star headlined Royson James’ column the next day: “Meet the new chief, same as the old chief.”
Actually, the new chief might be worse for us than the old chief if he feels that he has to prove something to those to whom he owes his meteoric rise to the top job.

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Community was blinded by Tory’s charm

By Admin 06.05.2015

By Dr. AJAMU NANGWAYA   The unchecked lovefest displayed toward John Tory by the African Canadian petty bourgeoisie in Toronto’s 2014 mayoral election prevented this class from looking out for the best interests of the community.   The African Canadian …

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