Through in-depth qualitative research with African Canadians in three Canadian cities - Calgary, Toronto and Halifax - this book explores how experiences of racism, combined with other social and economic factors, affect the health and well-being of African Canadians.
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Carl James is the director of the Centre for Education and Community at York University. He lives in Toronto. Wanda Thomas Bernard is the director of the school of social work at Dalhousie University. She lives in Halifax. David Este is a professor in the faculty of social work at the University of Calgary. He lives in Calgary. Akua Benjamin is a professor in the school of social work at Ryerson University. She lives in Toronto. Bethan Lloyd is a research consultant. She lives in Vancouver. Tana Turner is a human resource consultant in Toronto, specializing in human rights, equity, diversity, and inclusion. She lives in Toronto.
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