Categories: Feminism

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Because She Cares
Because She Cares is an initiative that uses poetry and performance to share the stories of African, Caribbean and Black...
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Listen to her: Re-finding culturally responsive poetic inquiry as home knowing for women of African descent
In this article, Chambers reflects on her academic and creative journey to share the stories of women living with HIV....
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Notisha Massaquoi is an assistant professor in the department of health and society at U of T Scarborough, with a...
Events | April 07-08, 2022
Hosted by the Department of Social Justice Education at OISE, the inaugural Black/ African Feminisms Conference will bring presenters, panelists...
News | Wednesday, March 30, 2022
As a feminist political ecologist and cultural geographer, Sharlene Mollett studies the relationship between land and culture, and how gender...
News | Thursday, March 24, 2022
In 2015, Nicole Charles headed to Barbados to unpack the reasons behind parents’ hesitancy toward the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine....
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....
Events | Wednesday, March 16, 2022
In collaboration with Women’s Multicultural Resource & Counselling Centre of Durham and U of T Scarborough’s Caroline Hossein, this event...
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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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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.