Study lead and equity policy expert available for interviews TORONTO, May 21, 2021 – Most Black Canadians regularly experience racism, whether it is in criminal justice, education, employment, health care, or in the recently added COVID-19 pandemic scenario, a York University-led ongoing survey reveals. “This experience is not new, but because Black Canadians are typically classified […]
Spurred by the death of George Floyd, York University alumna, author and award-winning placemaker Jay Pitter brings her work in urban planning policy and anti-black racism to the University to create a new resource – Engaging Black People and Power.
TORONTO, Feb. 10, 2021 – Canada likes to believe it’s different from its neighbours to the south, that there is less systemic racism, but York University Professor Lorne Foster says the Black experience tells a different story.
(UPDATED) How should parents talk to their kids about anti-Black racism? York University educator available to discuss killings and injustices against Black people TORONTO, June 1, 2020 – Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a rash of anti-Black killings and racists acts in the U.S – including George Floyd who was killed after […]