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Vincent Brown
Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies
Harvard University

Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies, is a multi-media historian with a keen interest in the political implications of cultural practice. He directs the History Design Studio and teaches courses in Atlantic history, African diaspora studies, and the history of slavery. Brown is the author of The Reaper's Garden: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic Slavery (Harvard University Press, 2008) and producer of an audiovisual documentary about the anthropologist Melville J. Herskovits broadcast on the PBS series Independent Lens. He is currently writing a book about African diasporic warfare in the Americas.

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Deborah Burrowes
Certified Massage Therapist/ Sport Massage
Massothérapeute Certifiée / Massage Sportif
Montreal, Canada

Arlene Campbell, PhD
Education Specialist
Toronto, Canada
Skype: arlene.campbell7

Chantal Da Silva
Director of Legal Services
Teranga Gold Corporation

Toronto Office
121 King Street West, Suite 2600
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3T9
416-607-4508 | Mobile: 416-671-6620 | Fax: 416-594-0088

Paris Office
34, avenue des Champs-Élysées - 75008
Paris France /> +33(1) | Mobile : +33 (6) | Fax : +33 (9)

Virgil Hill - Teacher
Mathematics and Strength and Conditioning
Head of the boys' varsity program at Collingwood School in West Vancouver, BC


Philip S. S. Howard
McGill University, Department of Integrated Studies in Education
York Centre for Education and Community, York University

My research examines the ways that racialized social structures and ideologies organize the ways that we, as social actors, come to know ourselves, create community, and exercise agency in contemporary neo-liberal contexts. This work explores the points of convergence and disjuncture between the ways that liberal democratic discourses and critical discourses imagine race and racial justice, and investigates how these contested knowledges play out in civil society. I am particularly interested in the contradictions that arise within social justice projects in liberal democracies, and in the ways that the marginalized resist and exercise agency in the face of these contradictions. My current research projects include:

  1. a SSHRC-funded study of blackface incidents on Canadian university campuses. This study explores the meaning and impact of these contemporary blackface acts within the settler-colonial context of Canada, and how they are resisted within the climate of post-racialist discourse which claims the diminishing significance of race.
  2. a study of the Africentric Alternative School of the Toronto District School Board. This study, funded by the TDSB and the York Centre for Education and Community, investigates the agency of this school community as it advocates for the equitable education of black youth.

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Anika E. Kentish
Journalist & Media Consultant
Graduate Student - Midwestern State University

Elijah M. James, Ph. D., C.P.C.
James Consulting Services (JCS)
P.O. Box 1145, Pointe Claire, QC  H9S 4H9
Tel. (514) 620-9816
Fax (514) 620-4274

Alwyn M. Nicholas

Teacher, Author

Origin: Old Road, Antigua
Books written
1. “Old Road Village”
2. “The Nicholas’ of Antigua”
3. “A Memorial Tribute to Uncle Johnny and Goddy Eileen”
4. “The Hilltop Experience: The History and Development of the Northern Caribbean University.”

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Dorbrene E. O'Marde
Owner, Kingdome Consultants, Playwright, director, producer, songwriter and lobbyist for the Performing Arts

DORBRENE E. O’MARDE is a recognized cultural worker throughout the Caribbean region. He is best known as playwright, director and producer (theatre and music), newspaper/magazine columnist, speaker and a calypso writer, judge and analyst.

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Roberta Williams
Executive Director

Executive Director of a non-profit NGO, the Gilbert Agricultural & Rural Development Center, which is a vocational and entrepreneurial training facility for youth and women. The Center is an ecumenical program of the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas.





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