ENOUGH: A powerful new video from The CRIB “speaks into existence what Black homicide victims can no longer say”Categories: Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Violence (The CRIB) & its Global Community Research Network have released a powerful new video.
“This video montage ‘speaks’ into existence what Black homicide victims can no longer say and what surviving family members who, too, cannot breathe have been trying to convey for far too long,” says The CRIB founder and director, Associate Professor Tanya Sharpe.
The CRIB is a multidisciplinary social work research centre focused on using community-based methods and principles to advance research, policy and practice for Black survivors of homicide victims. It’s recent series, 30@8:30, investigated COVID-19’s impact on vulnerable populations throughout the global community. Click here to view past episodes.
The video above included (in order of appearance):
RBC DOCTORAL FELLOW
Tanya L. Sharpe
FOUNDER & DIRECTOR THE CRIB
DIRECTOR CMHA ONTARIO
Joseph B. Richardson Jr.
DIRECTOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES/PUBLIC HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FIFSW UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO CO-DIRECTOR, YOUTH WELLNESS LAB C.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, SOCIOLOGY DIRECTOR, AFRICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES BOSTON COLLEGE
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FIFSW UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO CO-DIRECTOR, YOUTH WELLNESS LAB
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR NURSING RYERSON UNIVERSITY
PROFESSOR & DIRECTOR, INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTRE FOR HEALTH & SOCIETY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT NYANDA CONSULTING
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