Here are some reasons why we need to talk about White Privilege.

According to Toronto Mayor John Tory, white privilege does not exist,
Hopefully the Mayor will learn from his mistake, just like he did with "blackface".

What can you do? Here's a good start: Watch this fantastic film on YouTube by Tim Wise, an anti-racism activist and writer.

Then watch The 13th, Yes, it's on Netflix.

 

 

 

Equality v.s. Equity

Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, yet Toronto's city council is 86% white.

Here are some reasons why white people need to talk about racism.

What can you do? Stop spreading fear. You are more likely to be killed by a white supremicist than an Islamic terrorist.

 

 

Many Indigenous communities in Ontario do not have access to safe drinking water.

Nestle pays only $3.71 per million litres of water they remove in Ontario.

What can you do? Stop buying Nestle products.

 

 

Here are the facts about the gender wage gap in Canada.
Yes, some women can be white and privileged, but white men are the most privileged.

What can you do? Support and donate to the Canadian Women's Foundation.

 

 

What can you do? Sharing is caring, but it won't change a thing.

Don't understand? Watch HyperNormalization by Adam Curtis (for free).

WARNING: TURN OFF YOUR MOBILE PHONE - YOU WILL NEED TO PAY ATTENTION SHOULD YOU WISH TO UNDERSTAND THIS FILM.

 

 

Right-wing extremist groups are a real issue in Canada.

What can you do? Don't laugh at the idea that Canada could end up with a Trump. (see Kevin O'leary and Kellie Leitch)

 

 

A parody-comedy web-series about Toronto.

Watch the "White Privilege" episode here.

 

 

2017 THE SICKS. This parody website was designed by a someone working overseas for very little money as the designer of this website wanted to have enough money leftover so he could buy designer jeans made by someone who makes very little money because their manufacturer wanted to save money to buy electronics he probably didn't need that were made overseas by someone that worked for a company owned by David Porteous.