Race & Racism
Abolition is not only a political movement to end prisons; it is also an intimate one deeply motivated by love.
Frequently Asked White Questions
With humour and compassion, this book offers relatable advice and a practical entry point into conversations about race.
We Were Not The Savages, First Nations History, 4th ed.
Collision Between European and Native American Civilizations
The fourth edition of the history of settler colonialism and the European invasion of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral, unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.
Racism and Colonial Violence in the Helping Professions
Racism is normalized as benevolence in the helping professions of education, social work, public health and justice. What might it look like to transform these professions with anti-racist education and a serious reckoning with colonial history?
This book acknowledges the equity work BIPOC staff do in all institutions as both a burden and a survival mechanism, then explores how this necessary work be done in a less harmful way.
Sister Seen, Sister Heard
A story for every immigrant struggling between cultures, every youth rebelling against parents, and every woman facing assault alone.
Jude and Diana
A story of two enslaved sisters. A story of brutality. A story of joy. Sharon Robart-Johnson blends archival research with fiction to compel us: Black lives matter enough to remember.
Africentric Social Work
The first of its kind in Canada, this book provides an invaluable resource for students and practitioners alike by presenting a dynamic approach to African-centred service provision that is ethical and culturally relevant.
Academic Well-Being of Racialized Students
Through the multiple genres of essay, art, poetry and photography, this book intelligently examines the experiences of racialized students in the Canadian academy, emphasizing the crucial kinship relations they forge.
Identifying as Arab in Canada
A Century of Immigration History
While “Arabs” now attract considerable attention – from media, the state, and sociological studies – their history in Canada remains little known. Identifying as Arab in Canada begins to rectify this invisibilization by exploring the migration from Machrek (the Middle East) to Canada from the late 19th century through the 1970s.