Systemic racism: a shared responsibility

Leading Indigenous rights advocate Michèle Audette travelled to Joliette with her step-daughter to support Joyce Echaquan’s family, who were in a state of shock the day after the Atikamekw mother of seven died in hospital. We asked Michèle what message she wanted to give to health and social services workers who are deeply concerned and shaken by the systemic racism exposed by Joyce shortly before her death.

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Combatting prejudice as a way to fight poverty

Since 2013, the APTS has actively supported the Christmas card campaign initiated by the anti-poverty collective, Collectif pour un Québec sans pauvreté. This December, we urge you to participate, not in a food drive, but in an awareness campaign to break down misconceptions and prejudice that undermine the lives of people living in poverty.

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