CHALLENGING THE WHITENESS OF THE DECEMBER 6TH VIGIL

Chalk Outline of WomanThis video interview with Deb Singh of the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre Multicultural Women Against Rape was filmed in 2010.  

It was  part of a special week challenging the whiteness of December 6th called Remembering The Forgotten Women of December 6th:

Day 1: Review of The Eraseable Woman by Shaunga Tagore.

Day 2: Interview with Shaunga Tagore, photo essay by BCP, poem by Lena Recollet.

Day 3: Poetry by Shaunga Tagore, Mel Gayle, and Black Coffee Poet 

The critiques  and advice in the video below still hold true today.

Tune in to Black Coffee Poet Wednesday December 5 2012 for a video roundtable discussion about the December 6th Vigil by women of colour.

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About Black Coffee Poet

Black Coffee Poet is a mixed race poet, essayist, and journalist who focuses on Social Justice, Indigenous Rights, STOPPING Violence Against Women, Film, and Literature.
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