Thursday, October 13, 2005

It's not segregation, it's 'separateness'

A political faction of African-Canadians [?] is calling for 'separateness' in the form of separate "rules and institutions for blacks — from a government department to a diversion program for minor crimes." Yes, it's not segregation, but an 'ambitious' plan proposed by "a Toronto coalition of 22 black community groups disgusted by gun murders in the city."

"We're not calling it segregation," said Sandra Carnegie-Douglas, president of the Jamaican Canadian Association and a coalition spokeswoman.


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