A transfeminine executive weating a light coloured blazer in a meeting with a non-binary employee with long green nails and a black dress shirt. Both are BIPOC folks.

How anti-Black racism on Canadian university campuses robs us all

Black Canadian literature dates back to the late 18th century, as do critiques of Canadian racism. In this moment, prominent young Black Canadian writers and activists, emerging from a white supremacist Canadian university system, are writing and speaking openly about the ways their experiences in higher education have shaped their activism.