With a focus on Black Canada and the African diaspora, this page affords perspectives and voices of scholars who draw on and contribute to the Black Radical Tradition and the Sociological Imagination. More than an op-ed and less than a full-blown article, guest bloggers contribute essays and short stories that are analytical, descriptive and theoretical. Original and creative, these contributions are less than 4000 words and express the views and opinions of the authors. The aim is to open up opportunities for critical reflection and dialogue on key issues vital to exploring radical humanism.
A Call for a Canadian Racial Reckoning–For Better and for Worse