Racial profiling negatively impacts the flourishment of Black Excellence in Ontario

It was already challenging for Siham Rayale to migrate into a new country, Canada, as a Somali immigrant. Her mother came to Canada with the intention of her daughter’s high school in Scarborough, Ontario, to be an inviting and welcoming environment for her. Unfortunately, Rayale’s experience was the opposite. In reality, Rayale describes her high […]

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RYE STUDENTS CAN GET A BITE OF CONGO ON CAMPUS AT CONGO COFFEE AND MIKATE HOUSE

No matter the weather in downtown Toronto, Nia Bangala, owner of Congo Coffee and Mikate House, is committed to share a piece of Congo with her customers; through a sip or a tasty bite. Located across the street from the Sheldon & Tracy Levy Student Learning Centre (SLC), the coffee shop’s menu keeps people coming.  As […]

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Diversity in Clothing Feature Podcast

What makes the world beautiful and colourful are the different races, ethnicities, cultures and traditions. When it comes to clothing, each culture has its own unique set of cultural traditional attires. Looking at traditional fashion from around the world is an exceptional way to celebrate distinct characteristics of different cultures. Even though some may come close as […]

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Black lives don’t seem to matter: Unsolved Marginalized Homicides in North America

Canadian and American policing systems fail to report and solve fewer black victims’ homicides, than whites. In a world where people of high power and authority claim to keep people in society safe and maintain equality for others. In fact, words are deceiving. Presidents, mayors, city councillors and obviously police officers are people we depend […]

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