First They Came for the Black Feminists

The New York Times | Opinion - Joan Donovan

15 August, 2019

Unheard Youth Podcast

Unheard Youth is a podcast project that highlights the voices of newcomer youth in Canada. Youth from 4 provinces are sharing their experiences with the topics of identity, migration and belonging through the medium of interview, storytelling and audio recording.

The Cite Black Women Podcast

The Cite Black Women Podcast

The Cite Black Women podcast is a bi-weekly program with a simple message: Cite Black Women. It's time to disrupt the canon. It's time to upturn the erasures of history. It's time to give credit where credit is due. Episodes feature conversations with Black women inside and outside of the academy who are actively engaged in radical citation as praxis, quotes and reflections on Black women's writing, conversations on weathering the storm of citational politics in the academy, decolonizing syllabi and more. For more information follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @citeblackwomen and access their website at


Oscars 2019: Beyond the stats, why diversity matter

The Conversation - Rima Wilkes and Howard Ramos

21 February, 2019

"I am not your nice ‘Mammy’: How racist stereotypes still impact women"

Conversation Canada - Cheryl Thompson

19 February, 2019

Why racism is so hard to define and even harder to understand

The Conversation - Alana Lentin

27 November, 2018

Is the clock still ticking? Time’s Up and the entertainment industry in 2018

The Conversation - Emily LeDuc

26 September, 2018

Migrant farm workers vulnerable to sexual violence

The Conversation - Anelyse Weiler

1 May, 2018

"Racism Is Wreaking Havoc On Our Mental Health, Says Policy Expert Uppala Chandrasekera"

The Chronicle of Higher Education - Fernanda Zamudio-Suaréz

1 August, 2018