Black and Indigenous lives matter.
As a publication, we explore the complex--sometimes difficult--experiences of Korean womxn moving through sociocultural, political, and economic issues. As we work to contextualize and understand our personal experiences in the present moment and climate, we must also acknowledge and unpack our histories as a diaspora in North America, and the deeply rooted connections to systemic discrimination and resilience of Black and Indigenous communities.
In finding solace on Turtle Island (Canada and the USA), we recognize that this history exists on stolen Indigenous land and was built by Black people stolen from their homelands. Black and Indigenous communities continue to be displaced, brutalized, and murdered. We also recognize the full breadth of humanity of these communities, their joy, curiosity, imagination, and knowledge as much as their pain, grief, and anger.
We commit to our responsibilities in unpacking these histories and working towards a future of dismantling white supremacy and for liberation and justice.
This resource page focuses on Canada and it is not an exhaustive list. This work is ongoing, always changing and growing. Please be in touch with us at email@example.com if there’s anything you’d like to see added.
Understand what Allyship and Anti-Oppression means
Learn our shared history
Read, watch, listen to Indigenous voices
Support Indigenous Businesses
Donate to Indigenous organizations and/or relief funds
Read, watch, listen to Black voices
Support Black Businesses
Toronto – BlogTO | NOW Magazine | Black-owned businesses in the GTA (Google doc)
Vancouver – Black-owned businesses in Vancouver (Afrobiz)
Montreal – @blackmontrealbusinesses | Black-owned restaurants, marchés, and épiceries in Montreal (@ryan.canuto)
Canada – @leevosburgh | Black-owned restaurants in Canada, city by city (Huffpost)