Directions is the Canadian Race Relations Foundation’s biannual academic peer-reviewed journal, available both in print and online.
Directions provides a space for established and emerging scholars, community organizations and race relations practitioners to publish their research. It also offers a forum for important dialogue and debate on race-related issues and best practices, and practical recommendations for policy development and change.
Directions is curated to promote social cohesion amongst all individuals and groups living in a harmonious Canada.
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January 2016 Issue 7: The Power of Words
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Editorials: The Power of Words – Rubin Friedman | Let’s rethink our public policy of ‘integrating’ newcomers: Geoffrey Cameron | Trends: The Taxonomy of Human Services: A Common language to connect people and programs – John Allec, Clive Jones and Georgia Sales | Booknotes: Novel Ideas About the Power of Words | Five White Roses and A Red: Imam Habeeb Alli | Feature Articles & Papers: Race Words: The Case for Mandatory Implicit Bias Training for Educators: Rachel Zellars | Unsettling Genocide and Transforming Group Relations in Canada: Andrew Woolford | “Race” and Racism: Reflections on the Power of Words: Micheline Labelle | Politics of Brown Identity: Danielle Sandhu | The Power of Words vs. The Words of Power in Acadia: Éric Forgues