University of Winnipeg public forum explores ways to fight racism

A controversial Maclean’s magazine article that proclaimed Winnipeg as Canada’s most racist city was the focus of a public forum on Monday about ways to combat racism.

The University of Winnipeg hosted the forum in response to the article, which was published in January and sparked intense public debate in the city about systemic racism.

Wab Kinew, the university’s associate vice-president of indigenous affairs, says people need to take a proactive stance on fighting racism…


No wonder the tuition are so high: a constant stream of forums to discuss all the ‘micro-aggressions’ and idiotic articles.   And nothing will come of it, that much we can guarantee.  They might as well burn the money.

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