Up Close

Up Close: Black women making Canada better

Up Close tells the stories of 150 black women from cities across Canada who are making a difference in this country.

Up Close tells the stories of 150 black women from cities across Canada who are making a difference in this country.

Whether it is forging new paths or reshaping already existing narratives, they are committed to empowering themselves, and paving the way for the next generation of young, black leaders who are making this country better.

To read or listen to their stories, please select a region and type of story from the drop-down menus below.

About the Author

Tayo Bero

Journalist

Tayo is a radio producer and writer with CBC. A self-proclaimed foodie, she is also passionate about equity, inclusion and making sure the people around her stay woke. Find her on Twitter at @tayobero

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