Ali Pey was in the CityNews coverage of today’s anti-racism rally in Ottawa

Ali Pey was in the CityNews coverage of today’s anti-racism rally in Ottawa to oppose all kinds of racism and stand in solidarity with all those who have been victims of discrimination and racism

Video: Hundreds gather for anti-racism rally in Ottawa

Hundreds gathered for an anti-racism rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. Many came to send a message to President Donald Trump, but organizers were also denouncing homegrown hate.

Posted by CityNews Toronto on miércoles, 23 de agosto de 2017

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The book has its first impact

Three days after I presented my book to the honorable minister Naqvi, the followings were in the news.
Attorney General Yasir Naqvi said Ontario’s diversity should be reflected in its judiciary.
Ontario is making changes to its judicial applications to try to achieve greater diversity on the provincial bench.
Attorney General Yasir Naqvi announced that Ontario will also begin collecting race-based data on applicants and new appointments.

Ontario aims to boost diversity among judges


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