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Woke or Whateva: Voicing the Lives of Black Women in Montreal

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“Ignored to Death: Systemic Racism in the Canadian HealthcareSystem”

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Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada

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Zines for Mental Health: Empowering Black Mothers through Storytelling

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Adjustment of LGBTQIA+ Forced Migrants in Western Settings

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Unmasking the Data Gap for Communities of Colour during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The Black North Initiative: Fighting Systemic Racism in Corporate Canada

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NCCAAR's Educational Initiative for Inclusivity and Equality

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