What Black Lives Matter Taught Me about Protesting

BY JANAYA KHAN
Freedom fighting doesn’t happen by some twist of fate. It’s a spark lit by daily indignities and humiliations




In Conversation: Desmond Cole and Téa Mutonji

BY TÉA MUTONJI
The two writers on media representation, anti-Black violence, and true liberation




Stop Whitewashing Our National History

BY TAYO BERO
Canada likes to brand itself as tolerant, multicultural, and benevolent. Black communities know that’s not true




Untelling the Story of Race

BY JOSHUA SEALY-HARRINGTON
In the face of white supremacy, Black writers respond with narratives of resistance




Objectivity Is a Privilege Afforded to White Journalists

BY PACINTHE MATTAR
Under the banner of diversity, racialized people are told to bring ourselves and our perspectives. But, if we bring too much of them, we get held back




Our Unspoken Discomfort with Interracial Relationships

BY CHARMAINE A. NELSON
Canada’s history of slavery has had a profound impact on how we view cross-racial couples

The Walrus Staff

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