Simple plot and good acting highlight messages about race and privilege
1950s racism is alive and well.
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
Animated film praised for handling difficult topics suffers from its own prejudices and stereotypes.
International holiday for women’s rights strongly represented in Montreal with annual march.
Is the solution to Hollywood’s “whitewashing” problem to hire more actors of colour or is it to eliminate colour and normativity as deciding factors in casting?
Karan proposes a solution to the problem of the Oscar’s tradition of picking white men for nominees.
T. A. Wellington reviews the much-anticipated “new” book from Harper Lee, the first draft of To Kill a Mockingbird: Go Set a Watchman.
In new documentary, residents of Leith face the invasion of white supremacism
A week of high morals: Blackface, bad water, and using Charlie Hebdo as an excuse for the Values Charter.
Get ready to pay more for everything! Day care prices increase and the Charbonneau Commission and the super hospital are both over budget. At least you can buy Quebec cola.