Discrimination

Darts and laurels 2014-15

Darts and laurels 2014-15Continue...

Dismantling the culture of silence: Mental health and race

In November 2012, the Principal’s Commission on Mental Health released its final report with 116 recommendations for a mental health strategy at Queen’s. Of these recommendations, only a small portion (section 3.7: Vulnerable populations) address those who are socially marginalized and have greater experiences of stress.Continue...

Intolerance of Muslim Canadians isn't new

Discrimination against Muslims within our country is a real problem and Canadians shouldn’t need a survey to believe it.Continue...

You can be unconsciously racist, McMaster expert says

“Denial of racism is also racism,” McMaster Assistant Professor, Ameil Joseph said.Continue...

Changes made to Queen’s harassment and discrimination policy, consultation moves forward for sexual assault policy

Following changes to provincial legislation, Queen’s has drafted an update to its existing workplace harassment and discrimination policy, which will be open to feedback until August 10 at 4 p.m.Continue...

Names not treated the same

Those with Anglophone-sounding names are more likely to be granted interviews during the job hunt, according to a recent University of Toronto study.Continue...

Bake sale barely useful

A bake sale at the University of California, Berkeley attempted to make a political point by using racial differences to determine the price of cupcakes.Continue...