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Damaged children: Helen Cote
Experiences of physical, sexual, mental and emotional abuse
Estimated 50 000 death due to neglect, abuse and diseases
Left former students to deal with issues of sexual abuse, violence and drug/alcohol abuse
Most of the child prostitutes in Saskatoon are First Nations
Lived in fear, felt terrorized, violated and helpless
Lose children to the government, abusive spouse, lose family, lose one self
The stronger the family, the stronger the nation would be
Issues of identity: change name to English when went go the residential school; children and youth dont belong in jails ~
decolonization
Armed and dangerous: Carl James
Black drivers were twice as likely as white drivers to be arrested for a simple drug possession
The blackbody as a source of danger, threat to violence and intention to injure
Police must protect whiteness against violence
Canada is color blind
Police claim that their arrests on black people is justified by statistics as recognizing the potential criminals is = to understanding
who typically commits crimes ; it is not racial profiling
The attitude of the police is a reflection of historical attitudes of the white majority
Race is a major determinant of an individuals chance to be stopped and questions by the 50
Criminalizing migrants by identifying them as a threat to public order has functioned as an effective strategy for restricting entry
into Canada
But they are not real criminals: Laureen Snider
Corporate crime causes more injury and death per year and 50 times as much financial loss as ordinary property crime; equally
harmful but not equally punished
Unlikely to face degradation, stigma and publicity (civil law tribunals)
Gig orders prohibit you from talking publically about the details of your complaint or settlement
The gap between the rich and the poor
Americans lose about 1 million and hour to securities fraud
Insider trading, false advertising, bait and switch, safety regulations
A letter from Saskatoon youth court: Kearney Healy
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Damaged children: Helen Cote Experiences of physical, sexual, mental and emotional abuse Estimated 50 000 death due to neglect, abuse and diseases Left former students to deal with issues of sexual abuse, violence and drugalcohol abuse Most of the child prostitutes in Saskatoon are First Nations Lived in fear, felt terrorized, violated and helpless Lose children to the government, abusive spouse, lose family, lose one self The stronger the family, the stronger the nation would be Issues of identity: change name to English when went go the residential school; children and youth dont belong in jails ~ decolonization Armed and dangerous: Carl James Black drivers were twice as likely as white drivers to be arrested for a simple drug possession The blackbody as a source of danger, threat to violence and intention to injure Police must protect whiteness against violence Canada is color blind Police claim that their arrests on black people is justified by statistics as recognizing the potential criminals is = to understanding
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