Monday, July 11, 2016

What's Happening With Black Lives Matter Toronto's "Race Relations" Award?

After the BLM-created kerfuffle at the Pride parade (read about it here), there's been no word as to whether the city's Office of Equity, Diversity and Human Rights still intends to bestow its coveted William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations on these racist agitators. But since the award is supposed to go
to a person or persons whose outstanding achievement and commitment has made a significant contribution toward a positive race relations climate in Toronto
and BLM's "contribution" is the exact opposite of that, why should it--why would it--get this acknowledgment?

That said, I would be truly shocked were the P.C. weenies of the Equity Office to rescind the award, if only out of their fears re how the combustible group would react to the perceived slight.

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