I designed infographics for "Everything you were never taught about Canada’s prison systems: A primer on Canada’s urgent human rights crisis" an essay co-written with Marsha McLeod and Jody Chan. The piece, published on Intersectional Analyst, offers an introduction to Canada's prison system. The piece covers issues related to prison labour, access to education, solitary confinement, mental health, use of force, and the overrepresentation of racialized people in the prison system. Using public data from news articles and government reports, the piece makes Canada’s incarceration problem more visible by providing a snapshot of its many injustices and human rights violations.
This infographic was created for the Intersectional Analyst blog, to support the Black Lives Matter Toronto Coaltion's #BLMTOTentCity movement. The infographic gives context for TentCity by providing a timeline of the Andrew Loku case. Text in collaboration with BLMTO.
Print infographic designed for "Exposing the Thin Roots of Prairie Protection", a print essay by Laura Stewart for Briarpatch Magazine.
Print infographic design for "The Anti-Somali Feedback Loop" - an essay by Hawa Mire in Briarpatch Magazine about the Somali diaspora and Canada's long history of anti-Somali sentiment; manifesting in its many forms - from legislation to misrepresentations in Canadian media.
This infographic timeline created for "Canada 150" and published on Intersectional Analyst was meant to act as a starting point for people to familiarize themselves with Canada's colonialist, white supremacist history and present, ongoing discrimination against Indigenous communities.