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TALKING ABOUT ORGANIZING

WHEN HATE GOES PUBLIC
Stand Up and Speak Out

By Haseena Manek
"I would never support blanket censorship. But everybody is so afraid of being accused of these things that we really fall into their hands," says Toronto Public Library Workers Union president Maureen O'Reilly, of the extreme far-right and white supremacists.
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By Sean Cain
• Chance that a First Nations child on a reserve in Canada lives in poverty: 3 in 5 • Since 1876, number of First Nations children who were placed in residential schools across Canada: 150,000
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