These are the tools you need to understand where the "parental rights" movement comes from, what its goals are, and what you can do to challenge it.
In and outside of school board meetings protests are attempting to disrupt some of the most basic accommodations for 2SLGBTQ+ students.
More provinces are instituting school policies that could potentially lead to outing transgender students to their parents, and may also violate children’s rights.
The New Brunswick Office of the Child and Youth Advocate reports that the changes to 2SLGBTQ+ school policies are “inconsistent with privacy law” and are “incompatible with the best interests of children.”
What do we do when conservative Muslims and the white far-right team up against health and human rights education?
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?