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Rady Office of Anti-Racism: Race, Racism, Anti-Racism Resources: Videos

Racism in Canada


Theories of Race and Racism


Impact of Racism on Health



bell hooks Teach-in

This teach-in took place on September 26, 2022. In celebration of bell hooks’ birthday, Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, the James R. Johnston Endowed Chair in Black Canadian Studies (Faculty of Medicine), is hosting a teach-in featuring speakers from across Canada, including El Jones, Damini, Rachel Zellars, and Beverly Bain.

The speakers will share the impact of hooks' work on their own careers, research and activism, and answer questions including:

How do you aspire to further integrate and engage with bell hooks’ teachings, tenets, works in your own day-to-day lives, practice, research and scholarship?

What is novel, revolutionary, special about hooks' work?

What do we learn from bell as Black women, Black queer women, women of colour?

A teach-in is an informal discussion that is practical, participatory, and action oriented. Teach-ins offer an important and unique pedagogical approach to share knowledge, promote dialogue, and inspire action.


White Supremacy


Race, Science, and Medicine

Myth of Reverse Racism


Black Canada

Absolutely Canadian: Being Black in Montreal 2022

Mental health in basketball. Settling into Montreal. University microaggressions. A legacy women's club. Six short films created through the Fabienne Colas Being Black in Canada incubator program.



Black Lives


Anti-Black Racism in Canada

Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Education (Webinar)

The Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies and the Centre for Leadership and Diversity hosted a conversation on "Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Education." The conversation included OISE faculty Njoki Wane, George Dei, Ann Lopez, Lance McCready, and Andrew B. Campbell, and was moderated by SJE PhD Candidate Janelle Brady.


Community Making and Black Flourishing Through the Scarborough Charter

Community Making and Black Flourishing Through the Scarborough Charter contributes to the ongoing work and commitments by both universities to combat anti-Black racism and promote Black flourishing at our institutions and in the wider community. The symposium also serves to illustrate to a national audience how the goals of the Scarborough Charter are being interpreted locally.



Samuel L. Jackson, along with a team of investigative journalists and divers, uncovers the hidden history of the transatlantic slave trade.


I Am Not Your Negro

In his incendiary documentary, Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished - Remember This House. The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and successive assassinations of three of his close friends -Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. The result is a radical, examination of race in America, using Baldwin's original words, spoken by Samuel L. Jackson, and a flood of rich archival material.


72% of Black Canadians experienced racism in the workplace, study finds

New data shows that most Black Canadians are experiencing racism at work, despite ongoing efforts to make workplaces more inclusive. Employees say a major culture change is needed to achieve progress.



Anti-Asian Racism in Canada