Racism in Canadian publishing does exist

Lui, May
June 2000
Quill & Quire;Jun2000, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p13
Comments on the existence of racism on the publishing industry in Canada. Knowledge of writers on the role of language in perpetuating racist ideas; Problem seen in using the word diversity in a literary work; Companies publishing books written by women of color.


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