News Category: Tanya Sharpe
New research centre addresses the ‘far-reaching ripple effect’ of homicide violence on Black communitiesCategories: Faculty in the News, FIFSW, Tanya Sharpe
While homicide violence disproportionately affects Black communities worldwide – including in Canada – the University of Toronto’s Tanya L. […]
How to talk to youth reeling from the Iran plane crash: CBC News consults Associate Professor Tanya L. SharpeCategories: Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
As family, friends, and others, grapple with the death of 176 passengers on the Ukraine International Airlines […]
Prof. Tanya L. Sharpe interviewed by Global News on the traumatic impact of the Dafonte Miller assault caseCategories: Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
Prof. Tanya L. Sharpe interviewed by Global News on the trial of Michael and Christian Theriault. The brothers Theriault are jointly charged with aggravated assault in the December 2016, beating of Dafonte Miller. The trial raises issues of structural racism and its impact on Black communities.
Warning: Graphic images of violenceFaculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
The Toronto Police Services Board’s Race-Based Data Collection Policy is aimed at addressing racist discriminatory practice. […]Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
In a recent CTV News interview, Professor Tanya Sharpe emphasizes the lack of opportunity to have equitable access to education, secure employment and housing among unmet needs causing increase in gang activity in Toronto.Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
Professor Tanya Sharpe interviewed on CTV News be Beverly Thomson exploring the devastating impact of gun violence, the ensuing trauma, and possible strategies to support gun and homicide violence victims.Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
Professor Tanya Sharpe is the 2019 recipient of the Boston College School of Social Work Distinguished Alumni Award. The award ceremony will take place on February 1, 2019.