The Canadian Press

1991-08-29 | Ross

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The Moncton parent whose complaint sparked a human rights inquiry into teacher Malcolm Ross called the inquiry's report a step forward in the battle against racism. Ross was the author of several anti-Semitic books. The inquiry had ordered the school board to suspend Ross for 18 months and then find him a non-teaching job. David Attis said he feels proud to be a Canadian.

Date: 1991-08-29
Placeline: Moncton, NB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I wanted to prove who have been able to bring our concern before when I wasn't quite ready you know there open public forum well what we believe to be racism head on but all that anyone can really hope to do >>

Clip ID: 19910829CPCN001