SAS Professor Akolisa Ufodike was interviewed for a Toronto Star article titled, “He got a ticket, then called the police chief. But the suspension of the first Black justice minister in Canada is drawing criticism”, where he gave commentary on the difficulties of being Black and a Conservative in Canada in relation to the suspension.
“Meanwhile, racial profiling is a well-established problem when it comes to the relationship between Black people and police in North America”, Ufodike said, in the article. “There’s nothing wrong with him reaching out to the chief of police and sharing that experience because it helps provide the chief with context.”
Read more in The Toronto Star.