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Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism: Critical Histories: Focus on Canada

Racism, Anti-racism in Canada

This page points to overviews, scholarly analysis, and primary source materials that focus on the history of racism in Canada.

Compiled with the support of the History Anti-Racism Taskforce.
Please provide feedback and suggestions to Jane Forgay, History Librarian.


Sections on this page

  1. Overviews with suggested further readings
  2. Scholarly research: databases
  3. Scholarly works by theme
  4. Topics and incidences relating to Canada
  5. Primary sources: databases
  6. Recommended reading

Racism, Anti-racism in Canada

Speakers for the Dead, a documentary about the lost Black settlement of Priceville, Ontario, 2000. National Film Board of Canada. 50 minutes.

2. Scholarly research: databases

3. Scholarly works by theme

The sampling of subjects below links to lists of books and articles available through Omni, the Library's catalogue.

5. Primary sources: databases

6. Recommended reading