• Anam Latif

    Anam has spent a decade working as a journalist for regional and national newspapers, covering a variety of beats with a focus on social justice issues. She is an unwavering advocate for marginalized communities, and is committed to listening and learning. Anam believes an antiracist lens is instrumental in achieving true equity for Black, Indigenous, racialized and 2SLGBTQIA+ folks across this country. Anam has been nominated for several Ontario Newspaper Awards for her reporting and opinion writing. She was born in Pakistan, raised in Abu Dhabi, and brings her lived experience as a brown Muslim woman to her work and writing. She lives in what is colonially known as Kitchener, on the Haldimand Tract.

    This independent journalism is made possible by the Future of Good editorial fellowship covering inclusion and anti-racism in the social impact world, supported by the World Education Services (WES) Mariam Assefa Fund.

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