No more Black suffering on display: expose racist banking to public scrutiny and bring in home-grown ROSCAs
What we need now is a national bureau; an independent body to track and document racism and discrimination in our financial institutions.
Ottawa resident Kensha Spaulding told CBC’s The National that he’s lost sleep over his treatment at a local bank branch, where he was subjected to intense scrutiny when attempting to deposit a paycheque. It is infuriating that we keep hearing these stories at a time when we are supposed to being conscious of systemic racism against Indigenous and Black people, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of CBC