Multiculturalism is regarded as a key feature of Canada’s national identity. Yet despite an increasingly diverse population, racialized Canadians are systematically excluded from full participation in society through personal and structural forms of racism and discrimination.
Race and Anti-Racism in Canada provides readers with a critical examination of how racism permeates Canadian society and articulates the complex ways to bring about equity and inclusion both individual and systemically.
About the Editors:
Liza Lorenzetti is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary.
Christa Sato is currently completing her MSW (thesis route) in the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. She has worked on several projects focused on immigration, diversity, and social justice.