Tell me a bit about yourself? I am a Nigerian born Canadian in my 20’s. I have a passion for house plants, inspired by Covid 19 isolation, sobriety, and a new love
Identity and Neighborhood Black indigenous artist - Taino caribbean/connections to mohawk (non blood relations), artwork is land based- woodwork, use nature as a medium - mushrooms, weave and mend collective which is
ONEName: De Poonani Posse Address: P.O Box 156, Station P, Toronto, Ont., M5S 2S7 Neighborhood: The Annex Circa: ‘90s Notes/Points of interest: Collaboration with Fireweed, in their 49th issue titled “Da
I conducted a survey to gauge the sentiments that Black Torontonians have towards the healthcare system. There were 36 participants. Within the data, I recognized that many folks had similar answers to the
Tell me a bit about yourself? My name is Kiah Quirion, I am a 29-year-old woman, living currently in Ajax Ontario. My parents are an interracial couple or a biracial couple. My father
Tell me a bit about yourself? My name is Harmmela, I was born in Ethiopia and I came here when I was 7 or 8, I don’t know what my actual age
Tell me a bit about yourself? I identify as Jamaican, Afro-Indigenous. My maternal grandmother is Irish, my grandfather is Mohawk Irish cree and french, on my fathers side he is Jamaica/Afro Indigenous.
I was born and raised in Tkaronto Dish with one spoon treaty territory, I am afro-Indigenous my mother mom is Kanien’keha from Kahnawake and Irish. My maternal grandfather immigrated here from jamaica.
The Black Ojibwe of Anderdon Nation People always try to guess where I am from, and are always surprised when I tell them. In our bloodline, we connected with Black peoples who escaped
Mapping Black Futures: What was your motivation to work in the healthcare sector? I can’t say I have always wanted to be a nurse. However I can say I have always wanted
Mapping Black Futures: What was your motivation to work in the healthcare sector? Khadra: It has always been a long life dream of mine to be a paramedic. As a child I would
Mapping Black Futures: What was your motivation to work in the healthcare sector? Asma: I have had two motivations in working the healthcare sector: My first motivation was recognizing that I have a