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Note to Québec's premier: French is the language of human rights, not xenophobia

By Rayyan Dabbous, PhD Candidate, Center for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto
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French has historically been a language of human rights. That’s why the Québec government should promote it as a tool of a human rights-based civic education, not force it on newcomers.The Conversation


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