The Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy joins the Canadian Philosophical Association and the American Philosophical Association in unequivocally condemning all forms of racist violence, systemic racism, and police brutality. We are pained and outraged at the countless incidents of violence and injustice against Black, Indigenous, and other people of colour recently and throughout Canadian history, and we are in solidarity with all those who seek to dismantle and reimagine the institutions that have enabled these actions, including universities and other scholarly associations. To this end, the CSCP Executive Committee and Symposium editorial board are currently engaged in active deliberations concerning what concrete measures we can take via our journal and annual conference to combat systemic racism in academia and beyond, and to work together towards a better and more just society.
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— Derrida, Of Spirit