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When bigots buttonhole the newspaper
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Toronto Star - Toronto, Ont.
Date: Feb 13, 1999
Start Page: 1
Section: INSIGHT
Abstract (Document Summary)

[Brad Love] says The Star, with its policy of not printing racial labels unless the description includes useful details (scars, tattoos, a limp), lets criminals get away with mayhem.

So Love, who has sent hand-scrawled news clippings to the newsroom and once got 20 days in jail for mailing scurrilous material to MPs, says he'll seek justice at the Ontario Press Council. "You bastards don't scare me worth a s---, man" he says. "You know I'm right."

Caller No. 2 is anonymous. He says he represents a large student body of "Caucasian youth" who believe they're poorly represented in the Toronto workforce. He likens the student group to "an army" fighting for racial justice. To him, blacks are still "coloured folks."

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