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Event Recordings

Browse through our collection of videos to catch up on previous teach-ins and workshops involving members of the LA&PS Advisory Committee and other renowned panelists. These events are designed to create spaces for important conversations exploring topics surrounding academia, racial solidarities, health, wellbeing, Black identity and more.

Black Life: A Toronto Teach-In

The Potential for Black Studies Programs in Canada

Black Health and Wellbeing in a Time of COVID and Racial Injustice

Identifying and Responding to Anti-Black Racism in the Workplace

Living in Reciprocity: Black, Brown and Indigenous Solidarities

Diaspora, Humanism and the Global Project of Black Freedom

Black Tax and the Invisible Labour of Black Women in The Academy

This teach-in discusses the difficult terrain Black women navigate in the academy. It raises questions about what is at stake when a Black female educator is made to stand in as the singular representative voice of Black students and faculty; when her body, culturally marked by the memories of a traumatic past and present, becomes one of the texts through which her students and colleagues learn.

Andrea A. Davis Book Launch & Celebration Horizon, Sea, Sound

Book Launch & Celebration for Horizon, Sea, Sound: Caribbean and African Women's Cultural Critiques of Nation (2022). Andrea Davis in conversation with Christina Sharpe, and reflections by Eve Tuck, Rinaldo Walcott, and Ola Mohammed. Presented by Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University and Another Story Bookshop with support from Canada Research Chair in Black Studies, Dept. of Humanities.