Kayla Webber is a Ph.D. student in the Social Justice Education Department at the Ontario Institute Studies for Education, University of Toronto, specializing in Women and Gender Studies. Her research interests are housing precarity, Black and Indigenous communities, models of wellness, anti-Black racism, anti-Indigenous racism, Black affirmation, sexualized violence, and transformative justice through the lens of storytelling and Hood feminism. Kayla Webber is currently undertaking research into past and current relationships among Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous and Black communities to inform sustainably healthy future relationships, with a focus on housing, especially housing for Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, and Black Women and Girls who have and or are experiencing gender-based violence(s)/sexualized violence and how that housing is necessary for their health and safety. Webber’s ancestors and bloodlines are from Trinidad, Grenada, and Nova Scotia, but she was born, raised, and resides in the Eglinton West Little Jamaica community in Toronto. Webber is an 1834 Fellow Alumni, Co-Chair for the Indigenous Education Network, an advisor for the Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy in co-collaboration with Social Planning Toronto and the City of Toronto, and Vice-Chair for For Youth Initiative (non-profit co-collaborating/co-dreaming with Black, Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, newcomer, and racialized youth).