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Racial Profiling: Black Civil Rights Also Matter!

Racial Profiling: Black Civil Rights Also Matter!

By Yvonne Sam PRIDE Columnist As a preliminary step, before delving into this somewhat charged topic, it is useful to define racial profiling, as the Canadian populace, in general, use the term to mean different things. For this editorial, I ...

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Unleashing Africa’s Full Potential

Unleashing Africa’s Full Potential

By Amina Mohamed IPS Guest Columnist NAIROBI, Kenya, December 2, 2016 (IPS) — Africa, the cradle of mankind and home to the youngest population in the world, has a historic opportunity to realise its full potential, in sharing our potential ...

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Sickle Cell Patients And The Opioids Crisis

Sickle Cell Patients And The Opioids Crisis

By Heather Gordon PRIDE Guest Columnist The current Opioids crisis has recently been a frequent and scary headline in our national papers and newsfeeds and is of concern to many Canadians, and rightly so. In Ontario an average of two ...

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Fidel Castro: The Passing Of An Icon

Fidel Castro: The Passing Of An Icon

By Rupert Johnson PRIDE Columnist This is indeed a sad day for the Cuban people for their revered icon, Fidel Castro is dead—dead at the ripe old age of 90. Castro has no doubt left an enduring legacy which started ...

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Financial Abuse: The Assistant To Domestic Violence

Financial Abuse: The Assistant To Domestic Violence

By Yvonne Sam PRIDE Columnist When the word domestic violence is used or thought about, the general public usually thinks of physical abuse that gives rise to visible injuries to the victim. Sadly, this is only one type of abuse. ...

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The Other Face Of Domestic Violence: Women Abusing Men

The Other Face Of Domestic Violence: Women Abusing Men

By Yvonne Sam PRIDE Columnist After prolonged and deliberate, though somewhat protracted consideration I have been forced to relegate myself to the role of inquirer. With no preconceived notion(s), gender misidentification, malice or rancor aforethought, let me voice my unwavering ...

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After The US Election, What Awaits African Americans?

After The US Election, What Awaits African Americans?

By Yvonne Sam PRIDE Columnist Well the historic election of the century has come and gone. What with all the drama! Thanks to providence, after a truly polluted campaign, fraught with name calling, hyperboles, leaks, assaults, death threats, innuendos and ...

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