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Christopher Stuart Taylor
Diversity and Inclusion professional, PhD graduate in History and Migration & Ethnic Relations (MER). I focus on issues of diversity, inclusion, multiculturalism, immigration, race and ethnicity, Black Canadian history, Caribbean history, slavery in the Americas, the African and Black Diaspora, and Black identity.
Diversity and Inclusion professional, PhD graduate in History and Migration & Ethnic Relations (MER). I focus on issues of diversity, inclusion, multiculturalism, immigration, race and ethnicity, Black Canadian history, Caribbean history, slavery in the Americas, the African and Black Diaspora, and Black identity.
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ABCD: Reverse Racism Explained


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#WS3330F Blog Post # 19: Ola Osman - An African Child Becomes a Black Canadian Feminist: Oscillating Identities in Black Diaspora
On “An
African Child Becomes a Black Canadian Feminist: Oscillating Identities in
Black Diaspora” Notisha Massaquoi’s “Oscillating identities in the
Black diaspora” looks at the ways African identities are discursively produced
based on geographical locatio...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #18: Jamie Kim - Reel to Real
“Reel to Real”  by bell hooks is a collection of 21 essays and interviews that engage “movies” and visual culture as a site of critical analysis. I couldn’t cover all the chapters in the presentation, but I encourage checking out some of them: e.g., “Artist...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #18: Jamie Kim - Reel to Real
“Reel to Real”  by bell hooks is a collection of 21 essays and interviews that engage “movies” and visual culture as a site of critical analysis. I couldn’t cover all the chapters in the presentation, but I encourage checking out some of them: e.g., “Artist...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #17: Allie Phillips - Eritrean Refugee Women in Canada
For Eritrean
refugee women in Canada, their transition into Canadian society is marked by
employment concerns, isolation and loneliness, and changes in gender dynamics.
Political unrest and severe droughts in Eritrea have caused massive economic
decline, re...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #16: Marie Kamukuny - Flying Fish in the Great White North (Review)
Dr. Christopher Stuart Taylor’s book Flying Fish in the Great White North: The Autonomous Migration of Black
Barbadians outlines an extremely important and ignored part of the history
of Canadian immigration. It situates the West Indies, particularly Barbad...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #15: Nancy Turner - Racial Segregation and Litigation in Canadian History
Racial
Segregation and Litigation in Canadian History. Nancy
Turner When many think of racial segregation, most
would probably think of Brown v. Board or Rosa Parks in the US rather than the history of Canadian racial segregation.
Racism in Canada is severe...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #14: Kiran Bal - Carrie M. Best
Accrediting Carrie M.
Best By:
Kiran Bal Canadian history has documented
the way in which a young, brave Black woman by the name of Viola Desmond pushed
back against racial segregation by refusing to sit in the “Black section” of a
theater she frequented. M...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #13: Natalie Gaskin - Black Refugees
Stories
of Black people in general is unwritten in Canadian history, however, this
claim is particularly true for Black women. Our understanding of Black women
and how they came to Canada is lionized through names like Harriet Tubman, who
took an estimated ...

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#WS3330F Blog Post #12: Saredo Mohamed - 19th and Early 20th Century Black Women in Canada
Blog Post:19 th and Early 20 th Century Black Women
in Canada ·        Reading: Chapter #4: Black Women and Work in 19th Century Canada
West: Black Woman Teacher Mary Bibb Within the text, “Black Women and Work in 19th
Century Canada West: Black Woman Teach...
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