Black Women

Network | Researcher Profile
Nicole Charles is an assistant professor in the department of historical studies at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Her research focuses on women, gender and sexuality studies, including Caribbean feminisms and Black feminist health science studies. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach in her research, Charles questions issues of care, gendered and racialized risk, technoscience and coloniality in the Black Atlantic.
News | Thursday, March 17, 2022
University of Toronto historian Funké Aladejebi is on a mission to place Black Canadian history at the forefront of academia....
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A Black Epistemology for the Social and Solidarity Economy: The Black Social Economy
Hossein examines Black “economic” theories focusing on Black radical tradition, liberation and grounded theory, and the concept of lived Black...
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Racialized People, Women, and Social Enterprises: Politicized Economic Solidarity in Toronto
The study examines the work of three anti-racist feminist leaders engaged in community development work who have no certainty of...
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Schooling the System: A History of Black Women Teachers
Schooling the System: A History of Black Women Teachers navigates how Black women teachers shaped anti-racism education in Ontario between...
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Funké Aladejebi is an assistant professor in the department of history at the University of Toronto. Her research focus is oral history, Canada’s education system, Black Canadian women’s history, and transnationalism.
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The Banker Ladies (2021)
Directed by Haitian-Canadian filmmaker, Esery Mondesir, The Banker Ladies (2021) shares 3 stories of three Black women in Toronto creating...
Events | Monday, February 28, 2022
Please join us in a discussion and launch of Professor Funké Aladejebi’s book, “Schooling the System: A History of Black...