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By Grace-Edward Galabuzi

ISBN-10: 1423762746

ISBN-13: 9781423762744

ISBN-10: 1551302659

ISBN-13: 9781551302652

Canada's monetary Apartheid calls recognition to the turning out to be racialization of the space among wealthy and negative. regardless of the dire implications for Canadian society, the rift is expanding with minimum public and coverage realization. The myths in regards to the financial functionality of Canada's racialized groups which are used to deflect public challenge and to masks the growing to be social drawback are challenged during this suitable paintings. Dr. Galabuzi issues to the function of ancient styles of systemic racial discrimination as crucial in knowing the continual over-representation of racialized teams in low-paying occupations. whereas Canada embraces globalization and romanticizes cultural variety, there are continual expressions of xenophobia and racial marginalization that recommend a continual political and cultural attachment to the concept that of a White, settled society.

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These, and many more, all conclude that racial discrimination was pervasive in Canada’s employment systems. ” 25. R. Dibbs and T. Leesti, “Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics: Visible Minorities and Aboriginal Peoples” (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 1995). 26. J. Chard, “Women in Visible Minorities, in Women in Canada: A Gender Based Statistical Report” (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2000). 27. Some exceptions exist, though. Japanese Canadians are often cited as one. For comparison, according to 1996 Census data, two out of every three Japanese Canadians (44,000) are Canadian-born, while the ratio among African Canadians is two out of every five African Canadians (241,000).

14 The disproportionate participation of racialized groups in these forms of work is an important part of their declining social economic status. 15 Accentuating the consequences of the flexible accumulation, informalization, and South-North migration discussed above is a shift toward neo-liberal forms of governance that has dismantled the key elements of the Welfare state in the North and many of its social protection mechanisms. This has increased intra-working-class tensions and competition for decent employment, which have unleashed expressions of overt racism.

H. Zlotnik, “Trends of International Migration Since 1965: What Existing Data Reveal,” International Migration 37, no. 1 (1999): 21–61. E. Balibar, “Is There a Neo-Racism,” in Race, Nation, Class: Ambiguous Identities, edited by E. Balibar and I. Wallerstein (London: Verso, 1991). See comments by Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion (2001); Deputy Mayo Bell of Markham, Ontario, and Winnipeg School Trustee, Betty Granger (2000). A popular CNN program that previously focused on business affairs has had a segment on illegal immigration for months now—detailing the threat immigration poses to American workers.

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