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Joseph Mensah, Associate Professor of Geography and the Coordinator of International Development Studies Program at York University argues that racial inequality cannot be achieved as long as historical and contemporary inequalities remain obscured. Using a multidisciplinary perspective this book examines the history, experiences and social conditions of Black Canadians and reveals the persistence of structural raciism in many spheres of life. It is an authoritative reference for teachers, students and others who wish to know more about the Black diasporta in Canada. It ventures beyond established orthodoxies and simplistic solutions and offers a pointed and provocative analysis from the standpoint of Black people.

Among other enhancements, the Second Edition of Black Canadians exmapnds the regional converage of Black history, updates all the stastistics with the 2006 census data, and adds important material on multiculturalism and employment.

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