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Caroline Shenaz Hossein

Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | May 31, 2021
Ottawa resident Kensha Spaulding told CBC’s The National that he’s lost sleep over his treatment at a local bank branch, where he was subjected to intense scrutiny when attempting to deposit a paycheque. It is infuriating that we keep hearing these stories at a time when we are supposed to being conscious of systemic racism against Indigenous and Black people, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of CBC
Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | May 31, 2021
Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | May 31, 2021
Ottawa resident Kensha Spaulding told CBC’s The National that he’s lost sleep over his treatment at a local bank branch, where he was subjected to intense scrutiny when attempting to deposit a paycheque. It is infuriating that we keep hearing these stories at a time when we are supposed to being conscious of systemic racism against Indigenous and Black people, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of CBC
Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | February 24, 2021
Rotating savings and credit associations, or ROSCAs for short, run by Black women—like Ginelle Skerritt, who appears in The Banker Ladies documentary—exemplify everything we need to know about the engagement, democracy, and inclusive economics, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of YouTube/Caroline Hossein
Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | February 24, 2021
Opinion | BY CAROLINE SHENAZ HOSSEIN | February 24, 2021
Rotating savings and credit associations, or ROSCAs for short, run by Black women—like Ginelle Skerritt, who appears in The Banker Ladies documentary—exemplify everything we need to know about the engagement, democracy, and inclusive economics, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of YouTube/Caroline Hossein