Ten Canadian projects fighting anti-Black racism you should know about

A look at projects run by changemakers across Canada that educate the public and empower Black communities

Why It Matters

Despite knowing how to address the systemic gaps in their community the most, Black-led projects that counter anti-Black racism are often underfunded by Canadian philanthropy. It’s only now, during the COVID-19 pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter Movement that people are beginning to be more invested in the work committed by these groups.

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