Ontario Human Rights Commission Drafts New Education Platform

A smooth move from the OHRC, as they make an investment for complaints well into the future.

[CNW] Kindergarten to grade 8 students in Ontario’s elementary public schools soon will be learning how ‘racism hurts’ and what they can do to combat it, thanks to a unique campaign announced today. The campaign, ‘racism hurts’, is a partnership between the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) and the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO). It consists of a poster and curriculum materials to help teachers begin a dialogue with students about human rights, discrimination, and racism, and to get students to think about what they can do when they experience or observe racism in their school and in their community.

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2 responses to “Ontario Human Rights Commission Drafts New Education Platform

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  2. “It consists of a poster and curriculum materials to help teachers begin a dialogue with students about human rights, discrimination, and racism, and to get students to think about what they can do when they experience or observe racism in their school and in their community.”

    Isn’t this how Mao originated his Cultural Revolution Red Guard?

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