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Hodan A. Mohamed

Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | August 5, 2021
Both the Parliamentary Black Caucus and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured June 5, 2020, at the Black Lives Matters demonstration on the Hill, should make actionable commitments to overcome structural and systemic anti-Black racism and to guarantee equality and dignity for people of African descent in Canada, by not just publicly welcoming the establishment of the UN Permanent Forum of People of African Descent, but also recognizing Black Canadians as a distinct category under federal law, by ​​establishing a unit within the Federal Anti-Racism Secretariat dedicated to addressing systemic anti-Black discrimination, writes Hodan A. Mohamed. PMO photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | August 5, 2021
Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | August 5, 2021
Both the Parliamentary Black Caucus and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured June 5, 2020, at the Black Lives Matters demonstration on the Hill, should make actionable commitments to overcome structural and systemic anti-Black racism and to guarantee equality and dignity for people of African descent in Canada, by not just publicly welcoming the establishment of the UN Permanent Forum of People of African Descent, but also recognizing Black Canadians as a distinct category under federal law, by ​​establishing a unit within the Federal Anti-Racism Secretariat dedicated to addressing systemic anti-Black discrimination, writes Hodan A. Mohamed. PMO photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | May 3, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured April 22, 2021, during the Leaders' Summit on Climate, has acknowledged this past summer, Canada still has a long way to go to dismantle policies and practices in place that act as barriers for Black Canadians. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | May 3, 2021
Opinion | BY HODAN A. MOHAMED | May 3, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured April 22, 2021, during the Leaders' Summit on Climate, has acknowledged this past summer, Canada still has a long way to go to dismantle policies and practices in place that act as barriers for Black Canadians. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News