Tomee Sojourner Presentation at UCLA CSW 26th Annual Thinking Gender Conference: Impact of Consumer Racial Profiling on Black/African Disaporic Women

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Tomee’s presentation at UCLA’s Center for the Study of Women-26th Annual Thinking Gender Conference.

Description: The paper is about the impact of consumer racial profiling on Black/African Diasporic women. Sojourner uses an intersectional perspective and focuses on two Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario decisions, McCarthy v Kenny Tan Pharmacy Inc (2015) HRTO 1303 CanLII and Nassiah v Peel (Regional Municipal) Services (2007) HRTO 12 CanLII.

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Metro Morning with Matt Galloway-Tomee Sojourner’s Consumer Racial Profiling Interview -Feb 17, 2016

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Tomee Sojourner on Metro Morning with Matt Galloway-Feb 17th 2016. Tomee discussed consumer racial profiling from the perspective of an academic, an interdisciplinary legal scholar, a former security guard and former retail employee.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/programs/metromorning/shopping-while-black-ontario-human-rights-1.3450828