Social Science, Discrimination & Race Relations
by Jolly Bakatu
As you may have guessed from reading this book, i have deep feelings and strong opinions about human rights violation by those who helped create human rights in the world. everyone has the right to a life that is free of the fear of violence. For a ...
The Vancouver Asahi Baseball Story by Ron Hotchkiss
This is the story of the Asahi, a Japanese Canadian baseball team that was formed in 1914 and competed in Vancouver's Caucasian leagues between 1918 and 1941. Using a strategy called "brain ball," the smaller Japanese defeated the larger white ...
Tara’s Top Tips for Living Freely, Fully, and On Purpose by Tara Geraghty-Ellis
Living with a disability or chronic illness can be extremely frustrating. In addition to the pain and symptoms you have to deal with there are the many barriers you face on a daily basis. Then when you try to get anything done to improve your life, ...
America’s Enslavement of the Irish by Herbert L. Byrd Jr.
When one thinks of slavery in America, the only thought that comes to mind is Africans picking cotton in the fields of America. What many Americans don’t know is that the Irish preceded the Africans as slaves in the early British colonies of America ...
Indian Residential Schools by Robert P. Wells
An important work that collects and preserves stories whose value will never diminish. Kirkus Reviews Wawahte is one of the few books that I would strongly recommend to anyone who needs to understand Aboriginal issues in Canada. This book ...
by Cindy Styles
A little story about one girl’s attempt to claim her heritage, and the maneuvering by the Canadian government to discredit that heritage. This book contains a “gift of words” for Toronto, with views on substance abuse presented in the spirit of a ...