The two boys are cooling off after hours of volunteer gardening for seniors on a sweltering June afternoon. The protests against anti-Black racism across North America and the events that led to them have shaken the boys, but the story is not new to their community. Though anti-Black racism in Quebec can be traced back generations, advocates and researchers say a turning point in Montreal history changed the way police in the city interact with young Black people. A series of newspaper articles in the late s introduced the concept of street gangs in Montreal, and the myth has been hard to dispel since, they say. On Wednesday, the SPVM announced its revamped street checks policy , after a report released last fall found its officers stopped Black people four to five times more than white people. Under the new policy, officers must now base their stops on observable facts and not "discriminatory motives.
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How the myth of the Montreal street gang led to more street checks on Black youths
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Plus d'informations. This article presents new information about the street gang phenomenon derived from a critical review of literature on the subject. The review concentrates on articles published after , when the first such literature review was published in Quebec. Comparing both reviews, it appears that not only has knowledge about some aspects of the subject developed significantly but also that the way of approaching the subject has been literally transformed.
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The continuum of interventions provided includes clinical supports and the provision of opportunities for employment, education and other supports. Footnote 3. Footnote 4 Youth at risk have become increasingly vulnerable to the recruitment of gangs and the Gangs de rue project focuses on those youth clearly becoming associated with gang activity to provide them with intensive support to move away from gangs and in to productive life styles.
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