The Gateway Presents: Cycling while black and the history of the n-word

Originally aired on CJSR 88.5 FM at 5:30PM September 16, 2016 

On July 29 Bashir Mohamed was involved in a cycling incident that displayed the racist tendencies that are still alive in Edmonton and the effects of poor cycling infrastructure on commuters.

We also speak to Susan L. Smith, a professor in the department of history and classics at the University of Alberta who has insight on the history, meaning, and context of the n-word.

Oumar Salifou

Oumar Salifou is a political science student, The Gateway's 2018-19 Editor-in-Chief, and a radio journalist.

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