PSB Peer-to-Peer Recommended Resource Repository

It’s important to remember that the celebration of Black culture and the recognition of experiences the Black community face is ongoing. Through education and a better understanding of our responsibilities as allies to the BIPOC community, we can take the necessary steps towards a more equal and just society.

We encourage you to continue learning and unlearning so that we can become better allies to our community of BIPOC students, faculty, and peers. To help you continue your journey, here are some resources we recommend:

Recommended Readings

Sheridan Library Black History Month Reading List
University of Toronto’s Anti-Black Racism Reading List
CBC – 25 books about being Black in Canada
Queen’s University Anti-Black Racism Reading List

Resources and Associations

Sheridan’s Office of Inclusive Communities
Sheridan Black Student Association
Canadian Black History Organizations and Educational Resources
BlackNorth Initiative

Podcasts & TedTalks

Portraits of Black Canadians
CBC’s Hear More Black Voices
TedTalks Celebrating Black History Month
Perspectives LIVE: Amplifying BIPOC voices: representation, visibility, and opportunity
CiCAN Perspectives LIVE Series on YouTube

Film & Television

14 Films By Black Filmmakers

Celebrate Black voices by streaming these films on Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon

If there are additional resources you’d like to include on this list, please feel free to let us know in the comments or send us an email at marianne.sylucero@sheridancollege.ca

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