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Black and Indigenous protesters are treated differently than the 'convoy’ because of Canada's ongoing racism

By Audra Diptée, Associate Professor, History, Carleton University
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Participants in the “freedom convoy” have been allowed to carry on with minimal police and state interference in contrast to how Black and Indigenous protesters have been treated in the past.The Conversation

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