U.S. Racial Phrase Rejected

The Québec Human Rights Commission has lost a bid to have courts take judicial notice of an American phenomenon ANWD – “Any Negro Will Do” – in racial profiling cases. A Tribunal dismissed the motion, ruling social factors are no substitute for facts: ‘The social context in America is different than that of Gatineau.’

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