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BREAKING: Protestors take to Toronto streets 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."
Beth Baisch and Barrett Wilson Montreal, QC

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.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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