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Strong majority support a national day of remembrance for residential school victims: survey

Board votes to remove school resource officers from Guelph’s public schools

A strong majority of Canadians support the idea of a national day of remembrance for victims of residential schools, a new survey suggests. The discovery of the remains of 215 children in an unmarked burial site at the Kamloops Indian Residential School has served as a wake-up call to many Canadians, a new Ipsos survey…

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Mothers of black police shooting victims accuse departing BLM director Patrisse Cullors of lying

Samaria Rice the mother of Tamir Rice, has never met Patrisse Cullors, and believes she is only leaving Black Lives Matter to escape the heat over her $3 million property portfolio

Mothers of black sons and daughters killed by police have turned on Black Lives Matter and its departing director Patrice Cullors over their alleged greed. ‘I don’t believe she is going anywhere,’ said Samaria Rice, the mother of 12-year-old Tamir Rice who was shot dead by Cleveland police as he played with a toy gun….

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History GCSE ‘set for BLM revamp’: Pupils may learn about Nazis’ black victims and a Tudor trumpeter

A dark-skinned school girl in a photo that was used in genetics lectures at Germany's State Academy for Race and Health during Hitler's dictatorship. Pupils could learn about the fate of black people in Nazi Germany under a revamped GCSE curriculum

The history GCSE curriculum is set for a Black Lives Matter revamp to teach pupils about the experiences of minorities at key moments in time.  An update could see pupils learn about black victims of the Nazis and a dark-skinned trumpeter who played for Henry VIII.  The Telegraph reported that exam boards have been in discussion with…

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