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Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | April 5, 2021
An anti-Black racism protester, pictured June 5, 2020, on the Hill. As of March 2021, more than 600 former and current Black public service employees are suing the federal government over the unjust practice of Black employee exclusion due to systemic discrimination dating back from the 1970s and over 12,000 Canadians have signed a petition calling on Justin Trudeau and the Government of Canada to end systemic discrimination and Black employee exclusion within the federal public service. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | April 5, 2021
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | April 5, 2021
An anti-Black racism protester, pictured June 5, 2020, on the Hill. As of March 2021, more than 600 former and current Black public service employees are suing the federal government over the unjust practice of Black employee exclusion due to systemic discrimination dating back from the 1970s and over 12,000 Canadians have signed a petition calling on Justin Trudeau and the Government of Canada to end systemic discrimination and Black employee exclusion within the federal public service. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | November 9, 2020
Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan, pictured April 30, 2020, at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa. Individuals found to support neo-Nazi, and violent white supremacist organizations should have their security clearance, reliability, secret or top-secret clearance revoked. Reservists and contractors should also be cleared for reliability and stripped of their clearance and contracts should it be found they are involved with these violent groups. It is that simple, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | November 9, 2020
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | November 9, 2020
Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan, pictured April 30, 2020, at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa. Individuals found to support neo-Nazi, and violent white supremacist organizations should have their security clearance, reliability, secret or top-secret clearance revoked. Reservists and contractors should also be cleared for reliability and stripped of their clearance and contracts should it be found they are involved with these violent groups. It is that simple, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 19, 2020
Canada’s Public Safety Minister Bill Blair, pictured July 22, 2020. The federal government must take more concrete action to preserve democracy and guarantee equal protection and rights. These public safety measures and tools can include existing legislative measures, intelligence, law enforcement, financial tracking and leverage relationships with tech platforms to tackle violent white supremacists, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 19, 2020
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 19, 2020
Canada’s Public Safety Minister Bill Blair, pictured July 22, 2020. The federal government must take more concrete action to preserve democracy and guarantee equal protection and rights. These public safety measures and tools can include existing legislative measures, intelligence, law enforcement, financial tracking and leverage relationships with tech platforms to tackle violent white supremacists, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 12, 2020
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki, pictured in this file photo, surprised us all with her lack of understanding of what constitutes systemic racism, like it’s a side concern, out of mind, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 12, 2020
Opinion | BY HUDA MUKBIL | October 12, 2020
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki, pictured in this file photo, surprised us all with her lack of understanding of what constitutes systemic racism, like it’s a side concern, out of mind, writes Huda Mukbil. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia