New Resources from CAERS the leader in anti-racist educational resources and workshops
"How to..." Brochures by various authors.
Combating Hate Groups: Guidelines for Community Action Cynthia Cornish and Alan Dutton editors.
The Foreign Domestic Workers Program in Canada by Cynthia Cornish.
Racism in the Media by Jasmine Jiwani.
Racism and the Farm Labour Process in Canada by Alan Dutton.
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New Documentaries from CAERS
The Canadian Anti-racism Education and Research Society has released a new educational DVD - Hate Online. This DVD brings together expert discussion on fighting hate online, including David Matas - lawyer and activist, Richard Warman - lawyer and activist, Sgt. Rick McKenna, former member, BC Hate Crime Team. These experts discuss community based strategies to fight hate online, the Canadian Human Rights Act, the Criminal Code and legislative amendments. $39.00 donation plus shipping and handling.
Women and Hate: Recruitment and Recovery
There are few resources to help women recover from hate group recruitment. This new DVD from the Canadian Anti-racism Education and Research Society provides guidance. The DVD is based on interviews conducted with women who had been recruited by hate groups and tells in the words of the young women themselves how they recovered. The DVD is designed to help women who are the victims of recruitment, helping professionals, educators, law enforcement agencies and the general public. To be released March, 2008. $39.00 donation plus shipping and handling.
Youth At Risk
This new DVD from the Canadian Anti-racism Education and Research Society is based on interviews with young men and women recruited into hate groups and how those recruitment strategies worked. The DVD is meant to help youth by educating them about the pitfalls of hate groups and how to help youth recover from hate group recruitment. To be released March, 2008. $39.00 donation plus shipping and handling.
Hate Groups: a series on the social psychology of hate
The Canadian Anti-racism Education and Research Society in association with Dutton Multimedia Group are releasing a series of in-depth interviews conducted with hate group leaders and former members. The interviews provide an historical perspective on hate group ideology, the social psychology of recruitment and details on the activities of a number of influential leaders. The series is meant for researchers and law enforcement agencies only. The first in the series chronicles the experience of Kerry Noble who was a member of one of the largest hate groups in North America. The group, based on Christian Identity ideology, fell apart after an armed stand-off with the FBI. Kerry Noble spent two years in prison for his part in the group. Each DVD in the series is $89.00 plus shipping and handling.