Quoted by top newspapers

Rachel Décoste has been a key reference for diversity and inclusion and racial issues in Canada for over a decade. Print media, national TV & radio, and academics have cited Ms. Décoste.

  • The Washington Post
  • The Ottawa Citizen
  • The Hill Times
  • The Toronto Star
  • Montreal Gazette
  • The Province
  • The Calgary Herald
  • The Edmonton Journal
  • The Regina Leader-Post
  • The Halifax Chronicle Herald
  • La Presse
  • Halifax Examiner

Cited in academic journals

  • 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). Think about the perpetuation of prejudices about Haiti and Haitians: otherization, racism, colonial imagination and white hegemony.
  • 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 Theater Review, 2018.

Quoted in books

  • 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

Other citations

  • Curriculum at Lakehead University. Women’s Action for Social Change. 2017.  Class: Women’s Suffrage in Canada
  • Public Service Alliance of Canada. psacunion.ca. Anti-Racism Pamphlet. 2017.
  • National Library and Archives of Quebec. As part of Black History Month 2017.
  • CBC’s booklet to commemorate Canada 150. 2017.