In this recent podcast episode recorded live at London Public Library, anti-racism activist Rowa Mohamed discusses Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw’s concept of intersectionality.
Rowa Mohamed recently graduated with a degree in health sciences from Western University. She is highly invested in many social justice and anti-racism efforts in city — a community provocateur with a passion for equality.
In this podcast episode, CRHESI coordinator James Shelley talks to Matt Ross about understanding local high school graduation rates. Ross, co-founder of the London Youth Advisory Council, was recently the data lead on a report investigating the barriers to high school completion. The report was funded by London’s Child and Youth Network.