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 Linking Histories of Racism and National Security in Montreal (Montreal, 24 February 2010)
 David Austin and Khalid Elgazzar and Project Fly Home
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An excellent panel discussion for Black History Month featuring David Austin of the Alfie Roberts Institute, Khalid Elgazzar (legal counsel for Abousfian Abdelrazik) and Maria Forti of Project Fly Home. Austin described how black organisers working in Montreal in the 1970s had been put under surveillance for political reasons and later infiltrated by an RCMP officer who incited violence. When this and other abuses of the RCMP became public, it sparked a scandal which lead to the creation of CSIS.

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