Published Articles

  • A travers son chapeau colonial. 2:1 Journal and Bulletin of the Canadian Alliance of Black Educators (1980).
  • “Attitudes Are Taught.” 1:3 Journal and Bulletin of the Canadian Alliance of Black Educators (1980); 3:4 Dragon’s Teeth (February 1982).
  • “Black Women’s Studies in Teaching Related to Women: Help or Hindrance to Universal Sisterhood?” 16 Fireweed (1983).
  • “Call to Cap Bar and Bench.” Focus Online. News from the Faculty of Law, McGill University, Saturday, November 24, 2012 .
  • “Fight Racism, Starting with School.” Currents: Readings in Race Relations (1984); 5:1 The Sentinel, (March, 1989).
  • “Focus on Black Women,” Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women Conference Proceedings, (November 1984); 1:1 Canadian Journal of Women and Law 1985; Race Class, Gender: Bonds and Barriers. Edited by Jesse Vorst et al. (Toronto: Between the Lines, 1989); second revised edition, 1992.
  • Guest Editor’s “Introduction” in Blacks in Canada: Retrospects, Introspects, Prospects 38:3 Journal of Black Studies (January 2008).
  • “Harambec! Quebec Black Women Pulling Together,” co-authored with S. Small in E.M.A. Thornhill, (Editor), Blacks in Canada: Retrospects, Introspects, Prospects. Special Thematic Issue. 38:3 Journal of Black Studies (January 2008).
  • Le revers de la médaille. Montréal: Education Department, Quebec Human Rights Commission, 1982; 3:4 Droits et libertés (April 1980); 3:2 Cahiers d’histoire Université de Montréal (1983).
  • “Multicultural and Intercultural Education: The Canadian Experience” 12:1 Revue québécoise de droit international (1999). Special Issue, pp 79-89. United Nations Regional Seminar of Experts Panel Presentation to the UN Working Group of the Sub-Commission on the Protection of Minorities. Univeristé du Québec à Montréal, September 29th to October 2nd 1999.
  • “Multiculturalism, Racism and the School System: What’s To Be Done? What Must I Do?” Canadian Education Association Conference Proceedings, Multicultura-lism Racism and the School System. (Toronto: CEA, November 1984).
  • Regard sur le racisme : perspectives juridiques à partir d’un vécu noir in Racism… Talking Out 6:1 La Revue Femmes et Droit (1993); La sensibilisation de la magistrature aux problèmes raciaux et culturels auxquels font face les tribunaux. Recueil de documents. (Ottawa: L’Institut national de la magistrature, 1995); Bulletin de l’ICAJ, hiver 1996.
  • “Re-Righting History.” 19:4 The Journal of Intergroup Relations. (Winter 1992).
  • “So Seldom for Us, So Often Against Us: Blacks and Law in Canada,” Flagship article for Special Thematic Issue of Journal of Black Studies on Blacks in Canada: Retrospects, Introspects, Prospects . 38:3 Journal of Black Studies (January 2008).
  • “The Flip Side of the Coin”. February Black History Month. (Montreal : Commis-sion des droits de la personne du Quebec, 1989).
  • Tintin au Zaïré?” 2: 1 & 2 Bulletin & Journal of the Canadian Alliance of Black Educators. (March 16, 1988).
  • “A Community Organization Can Be Useful.” Afro Can, November, 1984.
  • “Black Women: The Missing Pages from Canadian Women’s Studies.” 1:1 The Womanist, September 1988.
  • Combattre le racisme, dès l’école. Le Devoir. Montreal, August 24, 1984; 5:1 Le Sentinel (March 1989).
  • “Food—A Sense of Being Rooted.” In February Black History Month. (Montreal: Education Department, Quebec Human Rights Commission, 1990).
  • Le 21 mars. Guest Editorial. Education multiculturelle. 5:1 La Sentinelle. Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers (March 1989).
  • “March 21st: An Opportunity for Learning?” Guest editorial. Multicultural Education 5:1 The Sentinel. Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers (March 1989).
  • “When Dissent Sounds A Clarion Call”. Journal of the Canadian Bar Association (March 2012).