— Ian Stedman (@IStedman) March 22, 2017
March 10, 2017 It was exciting to present to Dr. Helleiner’s Racialization and Society course about consumer racial profiling. I spoke about the work of Prevent CRP, my LLM research, Continue Reading →
Description: A customized equity/diversity/inclusion/consumer racial profiling session focused on addressing key aspects of consumer racial profiling that emerge for businesses and their employees, both on the customer side and in the workplace. Continue Reading →
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.
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.
“This holiday season, too many consumers will be treated on the flimsiest grounds as potential security threats rather than valued customers.” Here at the height of the holiday season, many Continue Reading →