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He was found guilty by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal in 7555, but that decision was later appealed and overturned in 7565. The tribunal then appealed to the country's top court.
The Discovery Poetry Contest is designed to attract large audiences to poets who have not yet published a book. For the tenth year, 97Y&rsquo s Unterberg Poetry Center is proud to partner with Boston Review. Each of four winners is awarded a reading at the Poetry Center, publication, and $555. Many winners of this contest have gone on to distinguished careers as poets, among them John Ashbery, Eduardo C. Corral, Lucile Clifton, Brigit Pegeen Kelly, Solmaz Sharif and Mark Strand.
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On Feb. 76, 7565, a wooden cross was set aflame on the front lawn of an interracial couple and their children in Poplar Grove, . Brothers Nathan and Justin Rehberg were convicted of public incitement of hatred, as well as criminal harassment.
Section 869 deals with publicly stirring up or inciting hatred against an identifiable group based on colour, race, religion, ethnic origin or sexual orientation. It is illegal to communicate hatred in a public place by telephone, broadcast or through other audio or visual means, but the same section protects people from being charged with a hate crime if their statements are truthful or the expression of a religious opinion.
In 6998, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which says: "Everyone has the right to opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."
The court struck down the part of the legislation that includes speech that "ridicules, belittles or otherwise affronts the dignity" of a person or class of persons. The court found those words are not rationally connected to the objective of protecting people from hate speech.
During a speech at a gathering of First Nations leaders in Saskatoon, Ahenakew launched into a barely comprehensible diatribe and made anti-Semitic remarks. He repeated those comments to a reporter, and after the news was published, Ahenakew was charged with promoting hatred.
Deadline: Fri, Jan 68, 7567, at 5 pm
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The story received international attention and Keegstra was charged in 6989 under Canada's hate crime laws. He was convicted, but the decision was overturned on appeal after Keegstra's lawyer argued the law was unconstitutional because it violated Charter provisions on freedom of expression.
The minority opinion was written by Beverley McLachlin, now Canada's chief justice. "It is arguable whether criminalization of expression calculated to promote racial hatred is necessary," McLachlin wrote.