BIPOC Resources & Information

November 3, 2020 by CrimSL Communications

We at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies (CrimSL) are centrally concerned with the exercise of state power through legal regulation and state institutions, as well as the way that such forms of power circulate in daily life. This includes the embedded nature of racism and racial subordination in our society.   

As a Centre, we are mindful of the damage and burden that anti-Black racism inflicts on Black people—including our students, faculty and staff—and that all of us are implicated in the system that perpetuates it. We continue to commit to collaborating as a community to find ways to fight racism and inequality in our own backyard and beyond.

As part of this commitment, CrimSL has a new resource page, BIPOC Resources & Information, designed to highlight resources and information about services and events on campus. The page includes:

This resource page draws heavily on the materials put together by the Faculty of Information. You can see the original iSchool version here. If you have a CrimSL or U of T event or service that you would like included here, please email 

Access CrimSL's BIPOC Resources and Information page