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Anthony Morgan

Lawyer and author of "The Universal Charter on Media Representations of Black Peoples"

Born to parents of Jamaican heritage, Anthony Morgan is a bilingual Canadian who was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Currently based in the GTA, Anthony enjoys thinking, publicly speaking and blogging about Canadian social and political affairs, Caribbean diaspora politics and the politics of Canadian multiculturalism. In the summer of 2013 he authored The Universal Charter of Media Representations of Black Peoples . The Charter was drafted as a tool for public education and awareness on the impact of the media on Black lives and experiences, as well as a tool for community organizing and advocacy against all forms of anti-Black biases and racism in the media.

In addition to holding an LL.B and B.C.L. from McGill University, Faculty of Law, he holds an Hons. BA from the University of Toronto in Ethics, Society & Law.
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La grève et les minorités

Dans la photo, il y a au moins quatre étudiants costumés et maquillés en « blackface ». On les voit ainsi pousser à l'aide d'une charrue une tête massive de Jean Charest en papier mâché, sous laquelle une enseigne indiquait «Sir John James Charest». Quel était le message? Les Québécois sont les nègres du Canada? Ben ouais, et quoi encore? Cet étalage de blackface et la manipulation de l'histoire des Noirs est totalement en contradiction avec les appels retentissants du Mouvement pour la solidarité.
27/03/2012 11:33 EDT