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The Deserving and Non-deserving Races: Colonial Intersections of Social Welfare History in Ontario

@inproceedings{OConnell2013TheDA,
  title={The Deserving and Non-deserving Races: Colonial Intersections of Social Welfare History in Ontario},
  author={A. O’Connell},
  year={2013}
}
The history of social welfare in Ontario has a familiar narrative arc. The rise of religious and charitable organizations that gave way to and coexisted with more institutionaland state-sponsored programs is disrupted, however, when multiple stories are considered. An intersectional approach within a post-colonial framework attends to the competing and conflicting discourses and policies that brought into being a white settler society. More importantly, it shows how racial and colonial… Expand
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