Books & Chapters


  • Blacks in Canada: Retrospects, Introspects, Prospects. E.M.A. Thornhill, (Editor). Unprecedented Special Thematic Issue. 38:3 Journal of Black Studies (January 2008).
  • Racism… Talking Out. Co-Editor. Unprecedented Thematic Issue. 6:1 Canadian Journal of Women and Law /La Revue Femmes et Droit (1993).


  • “Afterwords”. Co-author. Unprecedented Thematic Issue. 6:1 Canadian Journal of Women and Law /La Revue Femmes et Droit (1993).
  • “Black Women: The Missing Pages from Canadian Women’s Studies.” Canadian Women’s Issues, Volume 2: Bold Visions. Edited by Ruth Roach Pierson and Marjorie Griffin (Toronto: James Lorimer & Co. Ltd., 1994).
  • “Black Women’s Studies in Teaching Related to Women: Help or Hindrance to Universal Sisterhood?” The Issue is -Ism: Women of Colour Speak Out. Fireweed’s Issue 16 : Reprint (Toronto: Sister Vision, 1991).
  • “Diversity: A Challenge for Continuous Learning”. The National Parole Board / La Commission nationale des libérations conditionnelles. General Board Meeting 1998 Conference on “Diversity in a Continuous Learning Environment”, May 24-26,1998. Conference Proceedings. Ottawa: NPB Board Member Training and development Division, September 1998.
  • “Equality in the Legal Profession.” Roads to Equality/Les voies de l’égalité. Canadian Bar Association National Conference. (Toronto: CBA, August 1994).
  • “Ethics in the Legal Profession: The Issue of Access” 33 Alberta Law Review (1995).
  • “Focus On Racism: Legal Perspectives From A Black Experience”. Judicial Awareness: Race, Culture and the Courts. Volume of Reference Materials (Ottawa: National Judicial Institute, March 1995). Translation from Original French, “Regard sur le racisme: perspectives juridiques à partir d’un vécu noir.  La sensibilisation de la magistrature aux problèmes raciaux et culturels auxquels font face les tribunaux, Volume des textes de référence, l’Institut national de la magistrature (mars 1995); first published in 6:1 la Revue Femmes et Droit, (1993).
  • “Guidelines for Implementing More Visible Partnerships in Schools.” In Ronald J. Samuda and Shiu L. Kong, Multicultural Education: Programmes and Methods (Kingston and Toronto: Intercultural Social Sciences Publication Inc., 1986).
  • La discrimination raciale dans le logement. Dossier sur le racisme. (Montréal: Mouvement québécois pour combattre le racisme, 1978).
  • “Open Letter to Teachers To Be” in Working Together for a Change / Travailler ensemble pour faire (un) changement. Letters to students of Education learning, educating and acting against racism and anti-Semitism. (Montreal: McGill University, Faculty of Education, Department of Religion and Philosophy, 1993).
  • “Race and Class in Canada: The Case of Blacks in Quebec.” Race and Class I. (Chicago: Afro-American Institute, 1982).
  • “Research Priorities Critical for Developing Meaningful Research Programmes on Race.” UIE Report (Hamburg, Germany: UNESCO Institute for Education, 1991).
  • “Special Introduction” to The Romance of Old Annapolis Royal, Newfoundland: Boulder Press, 2012.