Plus, people of colour don’t have the luxury of hopping out of their skins to avoid carding by police
Feb 25, 2019
Police unions are not opposed to doing away with carding, but want to hold onto the ability to stop and question people – even if they are not the subjects of a criminal investigation
Latest Ford fiasco illustrates that on issues of race, Tory's own record is one of, at times, dubious distinction
Time to redress the harm done to thousands of Black youth who have life-limiting criminal records because of pot
In pushing out Cole, the paper has dishonoured the work of its pioneering reporters who had documented the harms of police carding – and lost its strongest voice on race issues, writes Landsberg
Former chief Bill Blair was all for purging info collected on innocent people - most of them young Black men - during street checks, so why has Mark Saunders reneged?