Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Statistics Canada Article on Black and Indigenous People's Confidence in Police

Last week, Statistics Canada published 2 articles on the experiences of Black and Indigenous Canadians:

"The everyday experiences and perceptions of Indigenous and Black people in Canada differ from those of the non-Indigenous, non-visible minority people in many ways. Recently, social movements seeking racial and social equity in response to injustice—both current and historical—have demonstrated the importance of measuring and monitoring the perceptions and experiences of diverse populations. In particular, inequities among First Nations people, Métis, Inuit, and racialized groups regarding public safety measures, victimization, and the criminal justice system have been a key focus."
"Two Juristat articles, released today, contain detailed analysis of the perceptions and self-reported experiences of diverse populations in Canada, with a particular focus on Black and Indigenous people ..."

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:51 pm


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