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News Category: Tanya Sharpe

A new report and interactive map from The CRIB illustrates the disproportionate prevalence of homicides in predominately Black neighbourhoods in Toronto

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As of January 9th, six known homicides had already occurred in Toronto in 2022 — a statistic […]

The Guardian interviewed Tanya Sharpe about rising murder rates among Black women and girls in the US

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The Guardian spoke to Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe about rising murder rates among Black women and girls […]

Now on YouTube: How the Social Work Profession has Promoted Racism without Racists — Real Talk about Anti-Black Racism

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Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for the event “How the Social Work […]

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Excellence

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  In honour of Black History Month, communities throughout the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the […]

U of T News story on COVID-19 hurdles to overcome in the year ahead features research and insight from Carmen Logie and Tanya Sharpe

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From treatment to vaccine distribution to public health policy and mental health, U of T researchers have […]

The Toronto Star interviews Tanya Sharpe about Statistics Canada’s 2019 homicide report, which collects race-based data for the first time

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  Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe, director of The Centre for Research and Innovation for Black Survivors of […]

CBC’s Metro Morning speaks to Tanya Sharpe about Trump’s comments on white supremacy

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Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe was on CBC’s Metro Morning on October 1 to discuss President Donald Trump’s […]

Instagram Live series 30@8:30 returns this fall for season two

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This past spring, The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB) […]

ENOUGH: A powerful new video from The CRIB “speaks into existence what Black homicide victims can no longer say”

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The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Violence (The CRIB) & its Global […]

Dean Dexter Voisin and Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe discuss the systemic racism that has contributed to recent events in both Canada and the US

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Dean Dexter Voisin and Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe have been speaking out, providing context and insight to […]