Journalists still matter
Going into 2020, Angelyn Francis found herself curious about the viability and long-term sustainability of her chosen profession. Francis is the equity and inequality reporter for the Toronto star, covering matters of race, culture, and inequity across the city. “So many jobs
Urban Planning low on colour.
The team at MIIPOC aims to support planners of colour with hopes of improving housing and employment outcomes for all.
Same tools; new spaces
How hard hard work and continued engagement can lead to a comfortable career in construction.
Greenport makes (and shares) Canadian cannabis history
Since we spoke in Summer 2020, Vivianne has opened the doors to her cannabis retail storefront GreenPort located at 686 College St.
The new/old face of cannabis leadership
Since our conversation in the summer of 2020, he has launched his own business GanjaDada providing cannabis consultation and more. Learn a little more about his journey here.
Media and communications pro expects equity
Dayo's worked hard and she believes that hard work should pay off--learn more about her journey
Families are still being impacted by incarceration.
Aisha Francis has long supported among the least supported; families impacted by incarceration--Learn a little more about how she's moved through the pandemics.
“Every Single Black Story is Excellent,” says PhD Student.
PhD Student believes you don't have to be a PhD Student to exemplify Black Excellence. Learn a little more about his journey!
Damar Walker knew he’d touch the sky.
We spoke with Air Canada pilot about his journey into and through aviation.
Toronto Black Policy Conference creates new conversations
Since our conversation in the summer of 2020, The Canadian Black Policy Network successfully launched on August 1, 2021. The new non-profit organization also launched its inaugural Executive Committee and a summary report of the 2019 conference in December 2020.