Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities

Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities

Content Must : CanadIan and also the content must be regarding Canadian society matters regarding Canadian police officers such as Toronto police

The paper should include a title page a reference page

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And a running header and pages numbered

Also APA format

PROPER  APA Format : citation of book material and websites and also proper citations of of journal articles  and  book material and proper APA format including in the reference last alphabetical order

And the paper must NOT be plagiarized at all   .

The paper while highlighting areas of racial profiling transphobia and homophobia regarding toronto police and the LGBTQ community and black racial minorities the paper should also highlight issues of discrimination and prejudice And how it should by address by Canadian toronto police officers and how are they going to be able to address these issue and how are they going  to regain trust to build partnership with minorities groups and also with the LGBTQ communities . Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities

Podcast Presentation Script Overview: Twenty percent (20%) of your overall grade in the course will be based on the development of a brief podcast presentation. A podcast is a digital audio file that is available for streaming or downloading online. Presentation Content: For your podcast presentation you will select a specific group in Canada discussed in the course and identify a high-profile case or experience of that particular group with law enforcement in Canada. For example, you could choose to focus on the Oka Conflict from 1990 or the decision to exclude police-sponsored floats from the Pride Toronto parade. The purpose of the assignment will be to analyze the case study from a criminological perspective. That is, you will analyze the case through a criminological theory to identify potential underlying causal factors. For example, if your case study focused on an incident of racial profiling you would use criminological theory to explain why specific groups are disproportionately disadvantaged by profiling practices. In addition, your assignment should interpret the impact (if any) of the selected case on law enforcement practices and should also offer recommendations to law enforcement reforms that address relations with that specific group. Presentation Format: As stated above, a podcast is a digital audio file that can be streamed or downloaded. You can think of the assignment as a PowerPoint presentation – you will develop an academic presentation that includes an introduction, clear purpose and thesis, supporting points, and conclusion.    1. 2. 3. 4. Select a podcasting program or app (e.g., GarageBand, Audacity, Vocaroo) The podcast presentation should be approximately 7 to 10 minutes in length. It is recommended that you prepare a “script” or paper-version of your presentation to guide your recording of the presentation. This will ensure the podcast is clear and smooth. You will be required to submit the written version of the presentation with an accompanying title page and reference page to the appropriate Dropbox folder on the course website. At the outset of your presentation you should clearly outline the topic, purpose, and major thesis. Your presentation should include content from the class materials (online lessons, readings) as well as additional research (3 peer-reviewed journal articles). While the emphasis in grading will be on content and analysis, there will be grades for presentation delivery and technical production. For example, your podcast should have minimal background noise or interruptions and should have smooth transitions, and appropriate volume.    Due Date: The Podcast Presentation is due at the end of Module 3 on the last day of Week 10. Presentation Submission and Grading: The podcast presentation will be graded out of 15 marks (See Appendix 3 for the grading rubric) .Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.  To submit your podcast, upload the audio file and written script (including the title page and references page in APA format) to the appropriate Dropbox folder.    Learning Outcomes: The purpose of the presentation is to: Learning Outcomes 1- Promote critical reflection upon the academic content covered in the lesson materials 2- Develop critical thinking and analytical skills 3- Develop professional communication and presentation skills 4- Identify and synthesize relevant scholarly material 5- Develop effective research skills 6- Integrate scholarly materials into analysis of contemporary issues

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Reference :

Book Reference : Diversity, Crime, and Justice in Canada (2nd Ed.) (Perry, 2016) Chapter 1 & Chapter 12 & 13

Reference: https://youtu.be/x7mBLMnaa1c

Exclusive: Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder responds to Pride action criticism

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Exclusive: Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder responds to Pride action criticism – NOW Magazine

Exclusive: Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder responds to Pride action criticism \\\\\\\”Our action was in the tradition of resistance that is Pride.

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Toronto bathhouse raids: How the arrests galvanized the gay community

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Toronto Bathhouse Raids (1981)

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Toronto Bathhouse Raids (1981) | The Canadian Encyclopedia

On 5 February 1981, patrons of four bathhouses in downtown Toronto (The Barracks, The Club, Richmond Street Health Emporium, and Roman II Health and Recreation Spa) were surprised by 200 police officers in a series of coordinated raids, called “Operation Soap.” .Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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Toronto police to apologize for 1981 bathhouse raids

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Toronto police to apologize for 1981 bathhouse raids | The Star

When police stormed four gay bathhouses in Toronto on Feb. 5, 1981, patrons were mocked, humiliated — and arrested by the hundreds. The raids outed men who considered the private clubs a …

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1981 Bathhouse Raids (Toronto)

1981 Bathhouse Raids (Toronto) ~ Canada\\\\\\\’s Human Rights History

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Canada’s Stonewall – February 5, 1981: Toronto’s Brutal “Operation Soap” Bathhouse Raids, Over 300 Gay Men Arrested

Canada’s Stonewall – February 5, 1981: Toronto’s Brutal “Operation Soap” Bathhouse Raids, Over 300 Gay Men ArrestedGay History – February 5, 1981: Toronto’s Brutal “Operation Soap” Bathhouse Raids, Over 300 Gay Men Arrested – back2stonewall.com

On February 5th, 1981 more than 200 plainclothes police officers raided four Toronto bathhouses leading to the largest mass arrest since the October Crisis ten years earlier. In total, 289 gay men were charged with being “found-ins of a bawdyhouse” and two were charged with “buggery”.. Men speaking out in the aftermath of the raids described severe misconduct on the part of the police. Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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\\\\\\\’The Canadian Stonewall\\\\\\\’: Toronto police \\\\\\\’expresses its regret\\\\\\\’ for gay bathhouse raids

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\\\\\\\’The Canadian Stonewall\\\\\\\’: Toronto police \\\\\\\’expresses its regret\\\\\\\’ for gay bathhouse raids

Toronto’s police chief expressed his \\\\\\\’regret\\\\\\\’ to Toronto’s gay community Wednesday for the violent bathhouse raids that saw hundreds of gay men arrested 35 years ago. Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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BATHHOUSE RAIDS IN CANADA 1968-2004

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Bathhouse Raids Enrage Gay Community

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Bathhouse Raids Enrage Gay Community | Toronto in Time

At 11 p.m. on February 5, 1981, patrons of four bathhouses in downtown Toronto were surprised by a series of coordinated police raids that law enforcement officials claimed were a result of six months of undercover work into alleged prostitution and other “indecent acts.” Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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Chief to apologize for 1981 bathhouse raids

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Chief to apologize for 1981 bathhouse raids | Toronto Sun

TORONTOToronto\\\\\\\’s police chief is set to apologize for raids on local bathhouses that explicitly targeted the city\\\\\\\’s gay community more than three decades ago. Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook says Mark …

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Toronto Police Apologized To The LGBT Community For The Infamous 1981 Bathhouse Raids

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Toronto Police Apologized To The LGBT Community For The Infamous 1981 Bathhouse Raids – BuzzFeed

The cops smashed doors as they went and men were marched out of the clubs and into the street. The patrons were charged with being found in a common bawdy house — meaning a place where sex work …

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Chief Saunders expected to issue historic apology for 1981 bathhouse raids

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Chief Saunders expected to issue historic apology for 1981 bathhouse raids

Toronto\\\\\\\’s police chief is set to apologize this afternoonfor raids that explicitly targeted the city\\\\\\\’s gay community more than 30 years ago.

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Toronto Bathhouse raids Feb 5, 1981

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Toronto Bathhouse raids Feb 5, 1981 : Digital Archive : Toronto Public Library

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Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders apologizes for 1981 bathhouse raids

Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders apologizes for 1981 bathhouse raids

Mark Saunders has apologized for the nearly 300 arrests made in 1981 police raids of bathhouses in the city\\\\\\\’s gay community. Toronto\\\\\\\’s police chief made the rem

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30 Years On: The Toronto Bathhouse Raids and Sexual and Gender Liberation

30 Years On: The Toronto Bathhouse Raids and Sexual and Gender Liberation – The Bullet

30 Years On: The Toronto Bathhouse Raids and Sexual and Gender Liberation. Social Movements • February 26, 2011 • Alan Sears. On February 5, 1981 150 Toronto cops busted into four gay bathhouses and arrested 306 people on charges of being found-ins or keepers of common bawdyhouses. These arrests were deliberately conducted so as to humiliate and terrify the men who were charged.

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https://www.telesurenglish.net/opinion/Torontos-Bathhouse-Raids-Queer-Solidarity-and-Police-Violence-20160622-0015.html. Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

Toronto\\\\\\\’s Bathhouse Raids: Queer Solidarity and Police Violence | Opinion | teleSUR English

June is Gay Pride Month and it is a good time as any to bring attention to the 35 th anniversary of the 1981 bathhouse raids in Toronto, which gave rise to the queer liberation movement in Canada.I am going to use this pivotal moment to highlight the difficulties in forming coalitions of the oppressed when the prospective partners’ activism is guided by single-oppression analyses.

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Toronto’s Bathhouse Raids: Racialized, Queer Solidarity and Police Violence

Toronto’s Bathhouse Raids: Racialized, Queer Solidarity and Police Violence – CounterPunch.org

June is Gay Pride Month and it is a good time as any to bring attention to the 35th anniversary of the 1981 bathhouse raids in Toronto, which gave rise to the queer liberation movement in Canada.

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Dramatic in its destructiveness’: Toronto police chief apologizes for 1981 raids targeting gay community

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‘Dramatic in its destructiveness’: Toronto police chief apologizes for 1981 raids targeting gay community | National Post

‘Dramatic in its destructiveness’: Toronto police chief apologizes for 1981 raids targeting gay community At a Pride reception at police HQ, the chief said the force ‘regrets’ a series of …

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THE 1981 BATHHOUSE RAIDS

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The 1981 Toronto Gay Bathhouse Raids Protests

Covering only a small part of the hyperactivity of the period, I\\\\\\\’ve stitched this piece from my notes at the time and my memories. It\\\\\\\’s no news the protests after the bathouse raids had a galvanizing effect on gay Toronto — our first realization of the power we actually held, and the beginnings of the explosive growth of the community. Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities

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Decriminalization According to Whom? Reflections on the Recriminalization of Homosexuality in 1969

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A Historical Perspective – Alberta Health Services

Seniors Health Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2S+) continuing care clients CONTINUING CARE TIP SHEET SERIES A Historical Perspective

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Bathhouse Raids / University of Toronto Press Blog | U Toronto Press

Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada’s leading academic publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP has published over 6,500 books, with well over 3,500 of these still in print. Each year, UTP publishes approximately 200 new scholarly, course, reference, and general interest books. The press has published a long list of notable authors … Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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A Brief LGBTQ+ Canadian History Timeline

A Brief LGBTQ+ Canadian History – Northreach Society

A Brief LGBTQ+ Canadian History Timeline 1842– Patrick Kelly and Samuel Moore become Canada’s first men convicted of “homosexual sex between two consenting adults” (Lyons, 2016, para. 5). Convicted of sodomy, which, in Canada, carried a death sentence until 1869, the men were sentenced to life imprisonment; both later released …

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Historic raids on gay bathouses draw apology

https://www.rcinet.ca/en/2016/06/23/historic-raids-on-gay-bathouses-draw-apology/

Historic raids on gay bathouses draw apology

Toronto\\\\\\\’s police chief has apologized for a series of bathhouse raids that galvanized the city\\\\\\\’s gay community 35 years ago. The raids–and the reaction to them–are seen as a transformative even …

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Black Lives Matter versus Pride Toronto

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Black Lives Matter versus Pride Toronto – NOW Magazine

Black Lives Matter versus Pride Toronto. Why BLM\\\\\\\’s intervention of this year\\\\\\\’s parade can hardly be considered unexpected. Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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Mourning & Fighting for Black Lives in the LGBT Movement – Action Network

Today a group of queer and trans people of color disrupted business as usual in two bars in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco by conducting public ceremonies of mourning for Black people killed by police brutality, homophobic attacks, and transphobic violence.

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Queer inclusion precludes (Black) queer disruption: media analysis of the Black lives matter Toronto sit-in during Toronto Pride 2016

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ACTIVISM, INTERSECTIONALITY, AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: THE WAY IN WHICH BLACK LIVES MATTER TORONTO HELPS US TO EXAMINE WHITE SUPREMACY IN CANADA’S LGBTQ COMMUNITY – Unisalento.it

35 Queer and trans spaces in Canada are predominately white and reeking of white supremacy. Recently, there has been increased attention to the marginalization of racialized LGBTQ people

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LGBTQ2S

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Black Lives Matter has reshaped what it means to be an ally

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How a Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder sees Canada

Black Lives Matter Toronto recaptures Pride\\\\\\\’s activist roots

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Black Lives Matter Toronto recaptures Pride\\\\\\\’s activist roots | CBC News

Pride has its roots in activism and protesting injustice, write two of its original organizers. The controversy surrounding Black Lives Matter Toronto\\\\\\\’s involvement with Pride needs to be …

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How Black Lives Matter co-founder Janaya Khan sees Canada

How a Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder sees Canada Janaya Khan speaks out on BLM Toronto’s sit-in at Pride—and why marginalized groups shouldn’t always bear the burden of truth

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Black Lives Matter has reshaped what it means to be an ally – NOW Magazine

Black Lives Matter has reshaped what it means to be an ally. Just as Pride seemed to reach the pinnacle of mainstream acceptance, BLM-TO forced us to ask critical questions about who gets left …

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LGBTQ2S | The Canadian Encyclopedia

May 25, 1995. History LGBTQ2S Rights . Egan v. Canada. In 1982, Canada repatriated its Constitution and adopted the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which became the basis for many future equality decisions.It was not until 1995, however, that the Supreme Court ruled that Section 15 of the Charter — which guarantees the \\\\\\\”right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without …

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Black Lives Matter hijack Pride Toronto town hall meeting

https://torontosun.com/2016/08/30/black-lives-matter-hijack-pride-toronto-town-hall-meeting/wcm/4177ec38-91af-4783-989c-2efa280ea025

Black Lives Matter hijack Pride Toronto town hall meeting

TORONTOHundreds of members of Toronto’s gay community packed the Daniels Spectrum in Regent Park Tuesday to discuss where Pride Toronto goes from here following months of controversy.Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.

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Black Lives Matter Toronto confronts Chief Mark Saunders at Pride event

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Our pride includes our police’: Vancouver LGBT activists rally against Black Lives Matter plan to shun cops

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Think Canada\\\\\\\’s police now have enlightened views toward Pride? Think again.

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Black Lives Matter Toronto Co-founder On Halting Pride

https://portside.org/2016-07-06/black-lives-matter-toronto-co-founder-halting-pride

Black Lives Matter Toronto Co-founder On Halting Pride | Portside

I remember my first Pride. I was newly out as queer, and eager to experience entire city blocks full of people like me. Church Street was resplendent, and the colours screamed of possibility. I looked around, saw the tents with big bank and corporate logos, the groups of largely white people, and shrugged. I was with my friends, who were Black like me, and we had come to have a good time.

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Think Canada\\\\\\\’s police now have enlightened views toward Pride? Think again. | rabble.ca

Like this article? rabble is reader-supported journalism. Chip in to keep stories like these coming.. The police have no place in the Pride parades of the nation. This is a hotly contested proposition ever since Black Lives Matter brought Toronto\\\\\\\’s Pride parade to a halt to draw attention to the racism within LGBTQ communities and to demand no more police presence in the parade.

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‘Our pride includes our police’: Vancouver LGBT activists rally against Black Lives Matter plan to shun cops | National Post

‘Our pride includes our police’: Vancouver LGBT activists rally against Black Lives Matter plan to shun cops Black Lives Matter has successfully gotten police excluded from pride parades in … Toronto Police and the LGBTQ Community and Black Racial Minorities.