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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

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"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…

3 months ago·Ottawa, Canada
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…

3 months ago·Halton Hills, Canada
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…

3 months ago·York Regional Municipality, Canada
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the

3 months ago·Mississauga, Canada
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…

3 months ago·Muskoka Lakes, Canada
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Black people's situation in Canadian prisons just as bad or worse 10 years after investigation: report:Discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling pervasive and persistent

"Today, I am releasing an update of the Office's 2013 groundbreaking investigation looking into the experiences of Black prisoners under federal custody. I am very disappointed to report that the same systemic concerns and barriers identified nearly a decade ago, including discrimination, stereotyping, racial bias and labelling of Black prisoners, remain as pervasive and persistent as before. In fact, the situation for Black people behind bars i…

3 months ago·Port Hope, Canada
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