1. Where were you when (BLM-TO) set up camp outside of Toronto Police Headquarters in 2016?
2. What was your connection to the realities of Black life in 2016?
3. What does your relationship to Black, Indigenous and racialized realities look like today?
1. What can be learned from the infusion of spirituality in social justice organizing?
2. What makes Indigenous and Black connections to spirit / spirituality so powerful in racial justice movements?
3. What does "Queering the movement" mean to you and how can that be brought into your day-to-day anti-racist practices?
1. What have you noticed about mainstream media coverage of Black lives?
2. How does the experience of Jermaine Carby impact your thinking about police violence and BIR communities?
3. How does the deep history of KKK organizing in Ontario and across Canada shape and/ or influence your anti-racist organizing?
1. What did the word "Liberation" mean to you before reading Until We Are Free? What does it mean to you now?
2. How have you centered BIR people in your anti-racist visioning?
3. What commitments will you make today to expand anti-racism work being done within your sphere of influence?
1. How are discussions of population size used to undermine anti-racist action?
2. Are internal committees on post-secondary campuses well suited to address racism on campuses?
3. Are institutions justified in asking for evidence of racism before they act to address it? What types of evidence are they looking for?