Community forum on anti-racism

On Friday, June 26, UCC invites all alumni, parents, students, and colleagues to participate in a community-wide dialogue on anti-racism. The discussion will be led and facilitated by equity issues expert Dr. Notisha Massaquoi and include members of the College’s leadership team. This forum aims to have open and honest dialogue and consider how we actively create a learning environment that reflects true inclusion and fosters empathy, compassion and justice-mindedness in our students and across our community. 

If you wish to provide feedback or connect in an individual setting, please use this anonymous form or reach out directly by email to

About Dr. Notisha Massaquoi 

Dr. Massaquoi is Principal at Nyanda Consulting, a firm dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of community and economic development programming. She is a highly respected expert in designing programs and services which aim to increase access to primary healthcare for racialized communities. During her career she has facilitated the development of health organizations for Black communities in Canada, including Africans in Partnership Against AIDS and the African Resource Centre. She retired after 21 years as the Executive Director of Women’s Health in Women’s Hands, which is the only community health centre in Canada specifically providing primary healthcare for racialized women. She is the Co-Chair of the Anti-Racism Advisory Panel of the Toronto Police Services Board which was recently responsible for producing the first mandatory race-based data collection policy for a police service in Canada.