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Here, you will find articles, reports and videos provided by our partners to help illustrate the various forms of anti-Black racism experiences in Canada and what is being done to move from racism to inclusion and actions.

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Canadian universities aim to tackle anti-Black racism
CBC News aired this segment with Professor Barrington Walker of Wilfrid Laurier University.
The National Dialogues and Action on CBC The National
The segment aired on Thursday, October 1, after the first day of sessions concluded.
Introducing the National Dialogues and Action
Wisdom Tettey, Vice-President, University of Toronto and Principal, University of Toronto Scarborough introduces the National Dialogues.
Black Mentorship Initiative at Centennial College
In December 2019, Centennial College proudly launched the Black Mentorship Initiative to support Centennial College students from our diverse Black communities to successfully transition into gainful employment, enhance their career potential, and help to
Melanie describes anti-Black racism in Toronto
Melanie, staff from the University of Toronto Scarborough, describes what anti-Black racism means to her.
Modele describes anti-Black racism in Toronto
Modele, a U of T alum, describes what anti-Black racism means to him.
Brock University President Gervan Fearon on Anti-Black Racism
Gervan Fearon, President of Brock University, talks about his earlier personal experience with anti-Black racism.
Introducing the BIPOC Varsity Association
The purpose of BIPOC Varsity Association (BVA) is to ensure equity, diversity and inclusion in the University of Toronto Varsity program.
Different together: Can we make it happen?
On June 11th, 2020 the UBC community joined together for a conversation inspired by the global anti-racism protests and BC’s #DifferentTogether pledge.