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How Black Women Publishers Paved the Way in Canada

Black women were here and have always been here, doing all types of intellectual and creative work—writing, reading, speaking, and performing. Black women publishers and editors have been important figures since the mid-19th century in Canada, although their stories are rarely included in the telling of Canadian history. Black women’s history is a collective political and social storytelling project that continues to unfold. […]

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A Vessel to Bend Water: In Conversation with Leila Fatemi

Leila Fatemi’s practice is committed to testing the boundaries of photography. Trained in traditional approaches to photography, the Toronto-based visual artist’s work is informed by a familiarity with photographer-to-subject relationships. Her close attunement to that relationship shapes her careful consideration of the actors that come together to make up the narrative of an image. […]