Being Black in Canada Back to Docs For Schools Today Being Black in Canada: A Personal View 1971 Canada 1971 35 min WATCH NOW More Details Professor Jamshed Mavalwala in discussion with Mairuth Haas (Mairuth Hodge Sarsfield), broadcaster, diplomat, and writer, on the attitude of people towards Black Canadians and how these attitudes have affected her and her family. Cultural and social myths underlying racism are also examined. University of Toronto Archives, UofT Media Centre A2015-0038 (00155) Being Black in Canada: 2020 CBC Production Canada 2020 60 min WATCH NOW More Details Host Asha Tomlinson speaks with activists who have been a part of the Black Lives Matter movement for many years about what has changed and what now needs to happen. CBC Being Black in Canada website Change & Action: Racism in Canada CTV Production Canada 2020 9 min WATCH NOW More Details Author Desmond Cole and Black Lives Matter Toronto founder Sandy Hudson discuss the myth that racism doesn’t exist in Canada and address what corporations need to do to tackle systemic racism within their institutions. Deeply Rooted D: Cazhhmere Canada 2017 23 min WATCH NOW More Details Filmmaker Cazhhmere is a 7th generation black Canadian. Despite this deep history, she's constantly asked to explain where she from—even though the answer is always "Canada." My Teenage Life Being Black in Canada D: Cameron Davis Canada 2020 8 min WATCH NOW More Details Cameron Davis speaks to a reality of being a black youth in Canada today. He wrote this speech and shared it at a BLM protest in Markham, ON. It speaks to the importance of diversity and fears he has had growing up. Cameron would like the video to be used as a method to hear a black voice. The Skin We're In D: Charles Officer Canada 2017 44 min WATCH ON CBC More Details Acclaimed journalist Desmond Cole explores what it is to be Black in 21st century Canada. Do Black Lives Matter here?