Writing

Here are links to some select works published by CBC Arts, Intermission Magazine and Bitch Flicks:


To All the Rom-Coms I’ve Loved Before: Your Leading Men Are Trash


The Real Jane and Finch: Freedom Fridayz Capture the True Spirit of a Stigmatized Community


Why Esmaa Mohamoud is Bringing Blackness and Basketball into the Gallery


 

I Spent My 20’s Working with Toronto Youth, and Today’s Gun Violence Conversations Feel Like Deja Vu


How Scandal Changed My World – and Opened Doors for Black Women Everywhere


For This Activist, Art is a Lifeline – And a Way to Cope with Personal and Generational Trauma

 


The Poet, The DJ and The Stage


History Called it a Riot, But this Doc Argues it was Actually an Uprising – One that Continues Today


What if Hamlet Were a Woman? This Theatre Company Dares to Ask Why Not


 


He’s One of Toronto’s First Great Hip Hop Radio Stars – and Also One of it’s Last

 


Capturing the Soundscape of Toronto


Dystopian Non-Fiction: Why One Playwright is Telling the Story of Her Family’s Escape from Dictatorship


 

In Just Two Editions, This Festival of Black Art Changed Canada’s Cultural Landscape


7 African-Canadian Female Filmmakers You Need to Know

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This Toronto Artist is Remixing Street Dance with Filipino Tradition

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3 Buses of Toronto Artists Were Held at the Border En Route to Obama’s Inauguration – And I Was There

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How One Play Inspired a New Guide for Bringing Deaf Artists and Audiences to the Theatre

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How One Google Search Proved We Need to Pay Attention to Canada’s Black History More than Ever

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Masculinity and ‘Moonlight’: Eight Black Men Dissect Barry Jenkins’ Momentous Film

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This Powerful Film Moves Beyond the Statistics to Show the Human Cost of Gun Violence

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How a Toronto Writing Group Opened the Doors for Queer and Trans Caribbean Writers

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Eight Black Canadian Women Dissect Beyonce’s Lemondae

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Remixing the Classroom: The Great Potential of Hip Hop Education

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How A Different Booklist Changed Toronto (and not only through books)

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Rajni Perera’s Stunning Sci-Fi Neo-Amazonians – in Pictures

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88 Days of Fortune Collectively Changed Toronto Hip Hop. Has it’s Luck Run Out?

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With The Mirror Ball, World Stage 2016 Makes Room for Ballroom

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How Three Writers of Colour Stormed 2015’s Major Literary Prizes

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Searching for Canadian Film’s Black Radical Imagination

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How Youth Non-Profit The Remix Project Kickstarted a Revolution in the 6

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The Making of a Caribbean-Canadian Sci-Fi: ‘Brown Girl in the Ring’