For this week’s episode, we interview Reggie Waterman, who is the director and founder of his own branding agency, XPRESSIVE, about the student experience as a young Black man. Although laws have been changed and attitudes adjusted, structural racism is real in Canada and it exists in our educational institutions too. Black, Indigenous, South Asian, and other minority students often experience racism and ethnocentrism on and off-campus.
The importance of Black Leadership in schools
Barriers faced by Black students
How you can leverage your minority status to create a killer personal brand
What can you do to fight racial discrimination on your campus
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