Jacqueline Bhabha is a professor of the practice of health and human rights at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and director of research at the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights. Her
If a Muslim man planted bombs in predominately white neighborhoods before blowing himself up, you could bet that the White House and various media outlets would label him a terrorist and draw some connection
As the latest statistics confirm, Canada is the most blessed place on earth, with a dynamic, diverse and relatively young population that will continue to grow until, by mid-century, we will rival some
The burka and full-face veil have no place in German society, the country’s interior minister has said. “We are an open society. We show our face. We are not burka,” Thomas de Maiziere wrote in a guest
From his hateful tweets and provocative rhetoric to his “new” executive order banning Muslims and refugees all over again, President Trump is driven by the idea that Islam is a threat to what makes us
Reading through the #M103 hashtag, as I do when I can't actually just put staples in my hand, you'd think the Canadian government was debating passing our nation's first magic motion. There's so much going
The murder of six Muslim men praying in a Quebec City mosque on Jan. 29 has provoked a watershed moment in the thinking of Quebec politicians, intellectuals and the public at large. Where Muslims were
Perhaps while Canadian and American trade negotiators are "tweaking" NAFTA, our government could slap a tariff on some of the worst imports that arrive from the U.S. You know, like Bachelor in Paradise.