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• Jan 21, 2021

Diversity in mainstream media: how independent Black content creators are working to change the conversation

How the Canadian Association of Black Journalists is helping address the need for diversity in Canadian media through a program supporting independent Black content creators.

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How one theatre production is exploring the question 'What is the future of Blackness?'

Obsidian Theatre addresses the question: “What is the future of Blackness?” in a production called 21 Black Futures, an anthology of 21 dramas meant to spark dialogue about the Black experience.

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Inspiring self-confidence in young Canadians: TD Thanks You recipient Marcia Brown

Marcia Brown grew up believing she wasn't good enough. As she got older, she learned that she wasn't alone, and that many young people struggle with similar feelings of inadequacy: she knew she needed to do something to help kids feel more confident.

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In their own words: voices of TD Colleagues

We asked TD colleagues to share their perspectives on Black History Month and the Black experience through stories, poetry, and song. These are their voices.

A poem by Shanika Adkins

Shanika Adkins is a WOW! Support Line Specialist on our Centralized Resource Team. She lives in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. She shared this poem, inspired by her personal experiences.

A song by Jonathan Burton

Jonathan Burton is a Business Information Management Specialist, in Treasury & Balance Sheet Management, TD Bank Group in Greenville, South Carolina. A talented musician, Jonathan composed 'Who Do You See' in recognition of Black History Month.

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