Rights Commissioner Is Sorry

The chief of the Canadian Human Rights Commission yesterday said she was sorry for mistreatment of Black employees. Members of the Senate human rights committee said the lack of Black executives at the agency diminished the apology: “This is an issue for Blacks, so why isn’t there a Black person on the executive sitting here?”

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