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Racial Equity

Anti-Black racism in Canada’s food sector

Black food is inextricably linked to Black freedom.

Canadian landlords can be hostile to African food

In July 2019, I and two Black African friends settled into a new apartment in Ottawa. I quickly guessed that our “African food” would become a racial tinder box.

Rushing back to “normal”: Are we leaving the most vulnerable behind?

The rush back to some semblance of normalcy is understandable, but this sentiment can’t blind us to the work ahead.

Not all retirement is made equal

A new CCPA report shows that retirement security is colour-coded in Canada

Nothing about us without us

After a year of seeing the racially-lopsided impacts of the pandemic in Canada I think that the framework I proposed in my October 2019 TEDxToronto talk is ripe for reconsideration.

Centrist Complacency: The U.S.Capitol insurrection is a warning to us all

It is imperative that we face the threat that white supremacists pose to what are already weak-functioning Western democracies.

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