Getting to the Root of the London Attack

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Incidences of hate crimes have been on the rise in Canada and the news of a malicious murder of a Muslim family in London was quickly labeled as one. To get at the root cause of these dangerous and tragic events and their effects on the communities involved, we welcome Barbara Perry, director of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at Ontario Tech University; Sheema Khan, author of Hockey and Hijab: Reflections of a Canadian Muslim Woman; and Selma Tobah, PhD candidate in Health & Rehab at Western University.
Tragedy in London
Jun 11, 2021
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