Protestors met at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on Monday afternoon to demand anti-racist action in Ontario schools. A crowd of approximately 200 marched to the Ontario legislature chanting slogans like "Get the police out of our schools" and "Racist teachers got to go."
The march was organized by a group called Parents of Black Children and its aim is to rid Ontario schools of what they call "pervasive anti-Black racism." They also wish to eliminate police presence in and around schools.
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