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‘Racism Is Pervasive and Systemic’ at Canada’s Museum of Human Rights, Report Says

TORONTO — Black and Indigenous employees say they were disparaged. Female employees say they were sexually harassed. Guides say their managers instructed them to block off an exhibit on same-sex marriage during tours for religious schools.

All this has happened, critics say, at an unlikely place: The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. In recent weeks, the museum has been engulfed by accusations of discrimination and harassment.

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