After facing a daunting mandate, British Columbia's Human Rights Commissioner has released a report addressing how racism, hate and prejudice have spread during the COVID-19 pandemic, including in schools and among youth.
From parents and community members disrupting meetings to harmful misinformation to biased trustees, school boards remain a battleground for 2SLGBTQ+ students.
What adults need to know about Tate, how and why youth are attracted to his messaging, and how to address young people in your life who are influenced by him.
From repositories of records and literature to a home for events, libraries can be a place to fight against fascism or for the ideology to fester.
An increasingly ubiquitous term describing a seemingly modern phenomenon, what is irony poisoning, where does it come from, and is it as new as it appears?
The new report highlights stark figures regarding how often youth are exposed to hateful content.
Pop culture conspiracy theories can be especially seductive to youth – we’re giving you some background on why that is, what to look out for, and how to talk about it with the young people in your life.
Upcoming municipal elections across Canada are the frontline of the culture war. It’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure trustee candidates are held accountable for their intentions for school communities.
Young women in the ‘aspiring tradwife’ and ‘skull mask e-girl’ communities spread hate and sometimes encourage violence. They are also victims of gendered harassment in their own movements.
The far-right is trying to stack school boards. We've put together the background and tools you need to confront and prevent hate during the upcoming elections.