Citations médiatiques et académiques

Rachel Décoste est une référence clé en matière de diversité et inclusion et de questions raciales au Canada depuis plus d’une décennie. La presse écrite, la télévision, la radio nationales et des académiciens ont cité Mme Décoste.

  • The Washington Post
  • The Ottawa Citizen
  • The Toronto Star
  • LaPresse (Quebec)
  • The Hill Times
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • The Province
  • The Calgary Herald
  • The Edmonton Journal
  • The Regina Leader-Post
  • The Halifax Chronicle Herald
  • Halifax Examiner

Citations académiques

  • Migrant Social Workers’ Experiences of Professional Adaptation in Alberta Canada: A Comparative Gender Analysis AE Fulton – 2016.
  • Facing the Public Eye: Analyzing Discourse on the Niqab and the Visibility of the Face In Canada S Feder – 2018.
  • Revising Memories and Changing Identities: Canadian Foreign Policy under the Harper Government L Wylie – Mapping Nations, Locating Citizens: Interdisciplinary. 2017.
  • Discrimination in the Name of Secularism: A Ban on Religious Symbols in Quebec T Mirzazadeh – Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. LJ, 2014 – HeinOnline.
  • Debunking the Narratives of Inclusion: Immigration Policy in Quebec, Canada, and the United States in the Age of Trump OA Kurajian – Undergraduate Review, 2018.
  • LOL at Multiculturalism: Reactions to Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi From the Twitterverse C Szto – Sociology of Sport Journal, 2016.
  • Canadian Exceptionalism: From a Society of Immigrants to an Immigration Society A Fleras – Immigration, Racial and Ethnic Studies in 150 Years of Canada. 2018.
  • Confronting/Reinscribing the Argentine White Narrative: Identity Construction and the Reclaiming of Indigeneity Through Autochthonous and Folkloric Music HEA Balcomb – 2018.
  • (Re)inscribing blackness onto the Canadian Soil: memory and resistance in contemporary African-Canadian drama L OTRÍSALOVÁ – Brno Studies in English, 2015.
  • Meudec, Marie. (2017). Penser la perpétuation des préjugés à propos d’Haïti et des HaïtienNEs : altérisation, racisme, imaginaire colonial et hégémonie blanche.
  • Through African Canadian Eyes: Landscape Painting by Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century African Canadians. A. Johnson (2015).
  • Feminist Soldiers and the Transferability of Innocence. 2016.
  • Black Lives Matter Toronto: Urgency as Choreographic Necessity. R Diverlus – Canadian Theatre Review, 2018.

Citations dans les livres

  • Intercultural Communication: A Canadian Perspective. Elizabeth Suen, ‎Barbara A. Suen – 2019
  • Pope Francis and the Future of Catholicism: Gerard Mannion – 2017
  • Immigration, Racial and Ethnic Studies in 150 Years of Canada. Donnelly, M. J. (2017).
  • Canadian exceptionalism: Are we good or are we lucky? Montreal: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada. Driedger, L.
  • Decolonizing Education: Nourishing the Learning Spirit. Marie Battiste – 2019
  • Women’s Issues for a New Generation: A Social Work Perspective Gail L. Ukockis – 2016

Autres citations

  • Curriculum at Lakehead University. Women’s Action for Social Change. 2017. Class: Women’s Suffrage in Canada
  • Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada. Pamphlet Anti-Racisme. 2017.
  • Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec. Dans le cadre du Mois de l’histoire des Noirs 2017.
  • CBC’s Canada 150 booklet. « Our Canada »  (2017)