A picnic is an opportunity for us to bring ourselves to a table of friends, those known to us and those we’ve yet to…Read More
Ezi Odozor is a Nigerian-born writer, scholar, and student support specialist based in Toronto. Her work, both fiction and non-fiction, focuses on themes of identity, culture, gender, race, health, and intimacy. Ezi’s work has been featured in several journals, including Room Magazine, Arc Poetry Magazine, and Hypatia (upcoming). As a student support specialist, anti-racist advocate, and scholar Ezi has also led workshops on Anti-Racism and been featured on media outlets such as Global News discussing issues related to race. Ezi recently completed a Master of Education (MEd) degree with a collaborative specialization in global health at the University of Toronto (OISE), where she worked across the subjects of race, Black-feminisms, anti-colonialism, and global health.