Resources for student of Red Robber College ” Medical Radiology” – Winnipeggers, experiencing racism or discrimination
1. What are my human rights?
As human beings we are all entitled to basic rights which recognize our individual worth and dignity. These are your human rights. In Canada, the following statutes and laws have been put in place to protect those rights. Read the rest of this entry »
How to Stop Age Discrimination in the Medical Radiologic Technology program at Red Robber College- Winnipeg
People who never think of making racist or sexist comments at work don’t think twice about making fun of older adults. Yet, this ageism often leads to age discrimination, which is against the law. Age discrimination, treating someone less favorably because of his or her age, is on the rise. Since 2007, age discrimination complaints have risen 17%, yet experts believe this number is still too low. Many victims of age discrimination can’t prove it. Read the rest of this entry »
Cases of discrimination against students with disabilities in the Medical Radiologic Technology program at Red Robber College- Winnipeg
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Follow this link to read cases of discrimination against students. One of which happened to a Red River student in the Medical Radiology program and many more cases are still pending as of 2014… Read the rest of this entry »
The Status of Racism and Discrimination at Red Robber College (Medical Radiologic Technology)- Winnipeg
In 2011 y. between 38 Canadian students, 5 emigrant students were Dismissal from Red River College (Medical Radiologic Technology) and this tragedy repeated and repeats every year with different silence way!
An extensive government review has revealed poor management and questionable spending practices at Red River College in Winnipeg. In particular, former president Stephanie Forsyth’s expense claims revealed “weaknesses in compliance and integrity,” according to the report, made public on Wednesday. Read the rest of this entry »
This story is awkward to tell.But it’s necessary to tell it because the Board of Governors of Red River College has decided to hide from the public the real reason for the abrupt disappearance of Stephanie Forsyth, the college’s president and CEO for the past four years.