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Multiculturalism is both a social fact and an official government policy in Canada. One of the stated goals of the official multiculturalism policy is the elimination of racism. In this paper I use an anti-racism framework to query whether the policy has been successful in achieving this goal. Where possible, I focus on racism as experienced by Blacks in Toronto. Since racial inequality and discrimination are both the product and the confirmation of society"s power imbalances, I argue that in order to be successful, multiculturalism policies must move to a point where they are able to challenge and transform the distribution of power in our society. In order to explore this argument I use employment equity as a case study.
|Statement||by Sogie Sabeta.|
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