A highly visual and engaging look at important cases of racism and discrimination in Canada’s history.
Righting Canada’s Wrongs is a series devoted to the exploration of the government actions that violated the rights of groups of Canadian citizens, the subsequent fight for acknowledgement and justice, and the eventual apologies and restitution by governments.
• Highly visual presentation, with images on every spread
• Voices and stories of those who were affected
• Geared to support history and civics curriculums
• Full-colour images of primary documents — period artifacts, maps, documents and historic photographs
• Teachers Resource Guide prepared by the Critical Thinking Consortium
• Available for free download
“As indicated by its name, this series is hopeful. It is not about opening old wounds; it’s about remembering the past, understanding it and moving forward.”
— Nikkei Voice