Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein to lead federal government training on the social economy for racialized Canadians

For the first time, federal policymakers in the Ministry of Employment and Social Services will take part in a training session led by York University Professor Caroline Shenaz Hossein to learn how to use Black political epistemologies so that funding can better reach Black and racialized women in Canada.

Hossein, a professor of business and society in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS), will train roughly 50 policymakers on Feb. 6 together with community leaders Indu Krishnamurthy of Microcrédit Montreal and Ginelle Skerritt of Warden Woods Community Centre.

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