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The Case for Police-Free Schools (Canada)

Cities and school boards across Canada are choosing to end police presence in schools as a concrete step toward equity and anti-racist education. In Winnipeg, school boards are starting to reevaluate these programs, as community organizers situate the call for police-free schools within a global movement for racial justice.

Hosted by Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie (Waniskatan/Red Rising Magazine), this information session includes organizers and school trustees from Winnipeg and across the country, including Andrea Vásquez Jiménez (Latinx, Afro- Latin-America, Abya Yala Education Network), Robyn Maynard (author of Policing Black Lives), Ella Taylor (Justice 4 Black Lives Winnipeg), Sabreina Dahab (Hamilton Students for Justice), and Jennifer Reddy (Vancouver School Board trustee).

Watch the full webinar below

or access the youtube video here.

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