VIDEO – DESCRIPTION:
On August 13, 1999, Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) was a guest of Rhonda London Live. In this episode, Metz and host Rhonda London discuss affirmative action; a complaint by an applicant to the University of Michigan’s law school, who was not admitted – though others with similar qualifications were – because she did not fall into a preferred “racial” group for affirmative action purposes; and the repeal in Ontario of “employment equity” legislation. Rhonda asks: Is affirmative action a step in the right direction, or is it racism? Also a guest in this episode: Daina Green (Labour Advisor, Executive member of the Alliance for Employment Equity).
Television Station: CTS
Program: Rhonda London Live
Host: Rhonda London
Featuring: Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario), Daina Green (Labour Advisor, Executive member of the Alliance for Employment Equity).
Aired: August 13, 1999
Duration: 47 minutes, 21 seconds
Color/BW: Full colour