I am currently doing my doctorate in Sociology with a specialization in Political Economy at Carleton University. My broad research interests are tied to Youth Cultures; Social Citizenship; Neoliberalism/Gentrification; Race and Ethnicity; Anti-Colonialism; and Masculinity.
These workshops provide the foundational knowledge required to build a race-conscious organization. Through our engaging training programs, you and your staff will explore systemic oppression, social justice, privilege, identity and allyship. By creating an actionable plan and following up with clients we help ensure organizational changes are implemented successfully.
To create and sustain a more inclusive work environment and corporate diversity, Canadian organizations need to understand the complexity of managing diverse teams and radicalized staff.
Through self-reflection, community- based inquiry, lessons from history and collaborative problem solving, you and your staff will gain the knowledge and skills to view the world through an anti-oppressive lens.
We offer a complete Action plans which include objectives, responsibilities, timelines and how the achievement of objectives will be monitored.
Whether you’re are now starting to explore how to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in your organization, or have programs in place, we can help. We understand every organization and culture is unique and we can create the best suited program for your team.
Founded in November 2018, the Afro-Caribbean Mentorship Program (ACMP) is an initiative dedicated to supporting the success of African, Caribbean, Black (ACB) and other racialized Carleton University undergraduate and graduate students on campus while encouraging them to be confident members in our Ottawa community.
In these informal meetings, participants are encouraged to openly discuss Black masculinity and critical issues that affect Black men and boys in Canada. Besides stimulating conversations, the idea is to brainstorm about solutions to some of the significant stresses Black men and boys face.
Carleton University's Department of Sociology and Anthropology, in collaboration with Glebe Collegiate Institute, presents Theatre of the Oppressed: The stereotypical notions of gender, race, and sexuality among young Canadians.
Supervisor: Dr. Jacqueline Kennelly
Dissertation title: Mapping the experiences and struggles of un(der)employed African Caribbean Black Canadian male youth
Research areas: Gender studies, Youth-serving organizations with African Caribbean Black (ACB) youth, youth work with marginalized youth, critical youth studies, youth work/social service delivery, youth identity-building and belonging, community/relationship-building, qualitative research, urban youth marginalization and homelessness, racialization and gentrification of urban spaces.
Supervisor: Dr. Satsuki Kawano
Dissertation title: Youth Outreach Work: Using Solidarity to Empower Marginalized Youth
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