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Anti-Black Racism: Home


Anti-Black Racism

Centennial Libraries and the Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Inclusion invite you to learn more about the history of anti-black racism in Canada. Watch the podcast, read the books and reports, and increase your awareness of the challenges Black Canadians face. 


Check out all of the events taking place at Centennial to celebrate Black History Month.

Visit the GCEI's page on Anti-Black Racism.

Find valuable anti-black racism teaching resources on the Teaching and Learning for Higher Education Library Guide.

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Sharing Stories: Documentary & Storytelling Session

Join the Libraries & Learning Centres and GCEI on February 24 for a celebration of Black storytelling, including a keynote from Itah Sadu, owner of A Different Booklist, a Black-owned bookstore in Toronto. 


Featured book (Students who attend will also have the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win a copy of the book) :

Featured documentaries : 


Led by Centennial College’s Centre for Global Citizenship and Inclusion, in collaboration with Marketing and Communications, the podcast “Decoding Black,” features hosts Dr. Christopher Stuart Taylor, expert scholar in Immigration History and Black Canadian History, and Letecia Rose, Manager of Partnerships and Programs at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Partnership. The hosts invite listeners to increase their awareness on how to destabilize, deconstruct and disrupt systems of oppression linked to anti-Black racism. Listeners of the podcast will learn diverse perspectives on the Black Canadian experience, and deepen their understanding of critical approaches on how to counteract anti-Black racism and systemic barriers affecting diverse Black communities.

Listen now to Episode 2: The Legacy of Anti-Black Racism in Education


Solidarity Resources : How to be a better ally

Essays and Short Stories

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