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29.09.2010 BLACK MAN ABUSIVELY ASSAULTED AND ARRESTED BY MONTREAL POLICE ACQUITTED OF CRIMINAL CHARGES
27.09.2010 HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL AWARDS $8,000 TO BLACK INSPECTOR FOR BEING CALLED THE N-WORD BY DRIVER
17.09.2010 CRARR SEEKS RACIALIZED METRO RIDERS IN COTE DES NEIGES WHO ARE CHARGED AFTER INSPECTORS' INTERVENTION
09.09.2010 COMPLAINT AGAINST EMPLOI-QUEBEC MAY CHANGE JOB TRAINING POLICY FOR IMMIGRANTS
08.09.2010 THE FILIPINO BOY EATING WITH FORK AND SPOON CASE HEADS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL
05.09.2010 ADVISORY - BACK TO SCHOOL: YOUNG BLACK STUDENTS GOING TO DOWNTOWN CLUBS SHOULD WATCH OUT FOR RACIAL PROFILING
03.09.2010 CRARR TO LAUNCH STUDENT CIVIL RIGHTS INFORMATION PROJECT FOR MCGILL AND CONCORDIA UNIVERSITIES
01.09.2010 SECOND QUARTERLY CASE REVIEW: MORE THAN $30,000 IN SETTLEMENTS FOR VICTIMS, 41 NEW CASES
01.09.2010 CRARR SUPPORTS CONCORDIA STUDENTS' CALL FOR INQUIRY INTO PREDATORY RENTAL PRACTICES DIRECTED AT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
20.08.2010 MARGUERITE-BOURGEOYS SCHOOL BOARD IN COURT FOR ANOTHER CASE OF ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION
19.08.2010 BLACK MAN ORDERED TO COVER UP OR LEAVE AMUSEMENT PARK BECAUSE OF BOB MARLEY T-SHIRT
17.08.2010 CRARR'S DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT MAY EXPAND PUBLIC HOUSING TENANTS' CIVIL RIGHTS IN QUEBEC
06.08.2010 HEARING RESUMES IN THE CASE OF AGNAOU v. DEPUTY MINISTER OF JUSTICE
03.08.2010 ANOTHER POLICE ETHICS DECISION THAT REJECTS RACIAL PROFILING CLAIM: A TROUBLESOME PATTERN OF DERACIALIZATION
02.08.2010 WANTED: 100 MONTREALERS FOR DIVERSITY AND EQUALITY
30.07.2010 MONTREAL SCHOOL BOARD APPEALED HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL DECISION IN THE FILIPINO FORK AND SPOON CASE
29.07.2010 INCREASE IN REQUESTS FOR HELP FROM VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
28.07.2010 COURT DECISION ON HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION’S EXCESSIVE DELAY RAISES CONCERNS ABOUT CIVIL RIGHTS PROTECTION IN QUEBEC
27.07.2010 DRIVING WHILE BLACK IN LONGUEUIL: BLACK MAN STOPPED FOR HAVING A “QUÉBÉCOIS” NAME
27.07.2010 CRARR TO HOLD INFORMATION SESSION FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS ON THE DISCRIMINATORY ITAR RULE