The Caribbean Diaspora in Toronto: Learning to Live with Racism
The Afro-Caribbean community of Toronto has grown dramatically over the past few decades. Increasingly active as a political and cultural force in the life of the city, the group remains relatively unknown to many of Toronto's other communities and institutions. Frances Henry offers the first intensive ethnographic examination of the community. Based on in-depth interviews and extensive observation, her study provides a richly detailed overview of the major cultural institutions in the lives of Afro-Caribbean residents of Toronto.
Francis Henry is one of Canada’s leading scholars in the academic study of race, racism, and anti-racism. She is a professor emerita in the Department of Anthropology at York University.
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