Carl James, professor of education and Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora at York University, weighs in on Toronto’s Catholic school board banning from its classrooms all books by non-Black authors that contain the N-word.
The debate over what Yonge-Dundas Square will be renamed to seems to finally have an answer: city council voted on "Sankofa Square"
Carl James, the Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora at York University, talks about anti-black racism in schools following a recent incident that led to the TDSB putting 3 staff members on home assignment for dis
Carl E. James, the Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education at York University, weighs in on a discussion on racist undertones in the everyday language we use, particularly in the automotive industry. James says words are not neutral, and that the meanings they convey and people's reactions to them should be attended to.
Jermaine Brown became Toronto’s 15th homicide victim of 2006. His murderers shot him five times — once in each of his legs, twice in his...
Associate Professor Sarah Barrett and doctoral candidate Nicola Dove co-authored a report titled ‘Advancing Black Inclusion and Addressing Anti-Black Racism in the Faculty of Education: A Reflection on Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities’.
Schools and school boards struggle to respond to racism - and continue to fail to dismantle systemic barriers that affect Indigenous, Black..
Annette Henry, a professor of language and literacy education at the University of British Columbia, knows Black students in Canada feel...
In the media: 'Young, Gifted and Black': Dalhousie prof works to show Black students they're not alone
A national project led by Black researchers designed to get more Black youth interested in post-secondary education has joined forces with Dalhousie University to offer three different summer programs.