Diversity, Justice and Community: The Canadian Context
This groundbreaking resource will introduce readers to community justice, a growing field dedicated to mobilizing communities as active partners in crime control. Providing a solid foundation in the relevant theoretical approaches, frameworks, and terminology, contributors highlight the barriers and injustices diverse populations face when interacting with Canada’s criminal justice system.
Beverly-Jean Daniel’s anthology investigates the specific experiences of differently located groups, including Indigenous women and girls, LGBTQ people, Somali youth, and others, working towards possible solutions to issues of justice and equity at both the community and institutional level.
Beverly-Jean Daniel is an Assistant Professor in Ryerson University’s School of Child and Youth Care. Her areas of expertise include anti-Black racism; race-based identity development in children and youth; social justice and equity in education; and anti-oppression and critical anti-racism practices in education.
Other publications from this author include:
- "Re-imagining child and youth care practice with African Canadian youth" in International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies (2020)
- "But, I don't believe it's about race': Challenging fallacies of race and racism amongst early childhood educators in Ontario" in Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education (2019)
- "Introduction: Children, Race, and Racism: Global Perspectives" in Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education, 4 (2) (2016)