Love and tenderness help her to fighting the good fight" against racism.
The co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto Chapter on how racism upends and unsettles.
These Toronto visual “artivists” and co-founders use art to care for themselves and the community.
"I can't count the number of times I've been asked, 'Why can't you just have a normal name?'"
Experiences of discrimination force her to put her guard up.
The rashes on his skin are emblems of the racism he's experienced.
He often gets, "You don't look like a lawyer."
This well-known storyteller shares her insight on the power of allegory and self-reflection.
"I use art as a way to self-care and to respond and to heal."
We have the right to want more. We deserve to have space for ourselves in our lives. Self-care is the ground floor of the revolution. This is where we begin to reclaim our lives, even in the midst of a chaotic and complicated world. And that, my love, is life-changing.