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CLD CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY

CLD NEWSLETTER

LEADERSHIP VIBES 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3

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IN THIS ISSUE

Race-related trauma: supporting Black students

post-pandemic return to school

By Dr. Beverly-Jean Daniel

Assistant Professor, Ryerson University

School of Child and Youth Care

 

Socially Just, Decolonizing Leadership and the

Importance of Community: A Reflection

By Dr. Ann E. Lopez

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Department of

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

 

Toronto District School Board to expunge

suspension records: Can justice wait?

By Marvin Zuker

ntario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Department of

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

 

LEADERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

By Dr. Monday Gala

Principal Westview Centennial Secondary School

Torontoi District School Board

 

LET'S TALK ABOUT RAMADAN

By Fatema Hossain, Léa Nsouli and Entisar Yusuf

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Department of

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2

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IN THIS ISSUE

Investing in Diversity: Global Majority, Decolonizing

Language and Reframing Conversation About Race

By Rosemary Campbell-Stephens

 

Rising Parents: A Journey of Parent Activism Against Systemic Racism

Dr. Vidya Shah, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education, York University and Diana

Grimaldos, York University

 

Brown Complicity in White Supremacy: The Model Minority Myth,

Anti-Black Racism and Implications for Decolonizing Educational

Leadership

Harveen Singh, Assistant Professor, College of Education, United Arab Emirates

 

Significance of Studying Intersectional Group

Fatema Hossain, doctoral candidate in the Educational Leadership and Policy

Program at OISE, University of Toronto

 

Navigating Campus Climate and Campus Spaces as a Black Student

Entisar Yusuf, master’s degree in education from the Ontario Institute for Studies

in Education (OISE), University of Toronto

 

BOOK REVIEW

Culturally Responsive and Socailly Just  Leadership: From Theory to Action

By Azima Thakor, OISE Docrtoral Student 

SELF CARE TIPS

Rebekah Lowe and Shingruf Chughtai

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1

The Centre for Leadership and Diversity Inaugural Newsletter is finally here 

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In this Inaugural Publication

  • Feature Article by Professor Njoki Wane,Chair Department of Social Justice Education, OISE, University of Toronto Entilted: Leadership from the Margins: Black Canadian Women Voices As if it Matters 

  • Article by Professor Stephanie Tuters, Department of Leaderdship Higher and Adult Education & Professor Zhura Abawi, Niagara University Ontario entiled: Changing the Sytem From Within: Strategies for Principals to Make Their Schools and Institutions More Socially Just
  •  Feature - Leaders Making a Difference. Principal Bruno Berto Downsview Secondary, Toronto District School Board. Principal Berto shares his leadership journey and commitment to social justice leadership

  • Great resources and more