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Time to Record All Police-Detainee Interaction at the Station

Time to Record All Police-Detainee Interaction at the Station

| May 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

When the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released Paying the Price: The Human Cost of Racial Profiling, it angered some high-ranking police officials. Even though the report was about the impact of racial profiling on the subject and not a statistical study with findings about the systemic practices of any police force in Ontario, Chief […]

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Cito and the Media: The Saga Continues

Cito and the Media: The Saga Continues

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

It is clear that many sports pundits and armchair analysts do not understand the psychological tightrope that many non-whites, blacks for example, must walk daily. Once confronted with the fact that, in North American society, race does matter, blacks often fight a constant struggle between being hypersensitive to the commonplace slings and arrows that all […]

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Flutie’s High Notes Don’t Reach Moon

Flutie’s High Notes Don’t Reach Moon

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Comments on the CFL’s greatest quarterback debate Among many CFL observers there is a growing belief that Toronto Argonaut Doug Flutie is the best quarterback the league has ever seen. As early as the last season talking heads, such as The Sports Network’s Gordon Miller, suggested that beyond being the greatest quarterback, Flutie also had […]

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Critics Fumble Report On NFL

Critics Fumble Report On NFL

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

When Cyrus Mehri and Johnnie Cochran published Black Coaches in National Footbal League: Superior Performance, Inferior Opportunities (“Report”), a report indicating that African-American coaches received inequitable treatment as NFL head coaching candidates and incumbents, the primary reaction in generic sports media was swift, negative and . . . expected. Read more

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