Reckoning with Racism: Police, Judges, and the RDS Case

Contance Backhouse tells about the story of the nation’s first black woman justice, Corrine Sparks, who heard the first case: a white Halifax cop choked a black teenager and charged him with assault and resisting arrest.

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