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I am an emerging Sociologist specializing in critical race studies, critical gender studies, decolonial pedagogy and Black masculinity studies. I am active in community work, educational, and research consultancy to support Black, Indigenous, Queer and other racialized communities. As such, I co-founded the Decolonial Perspectives and Practises Hub at Concordia University and the National Black Graduate Network. I am the project manager for the Anti-racist Pedagogy Project at Concordia, an active member of Concordia's Black Studies Collective, the coordinator of Concordia's Black Caucus and I held the position of student outreach coordinator with the Black Canadian Studies Association for two years.

I am completing my doctoral studies at Concordia University. My project, Black Masculinities in Canada: A Documentary of Black Empowerment and Community Engagement, supervised by Dr. Marc Lafrance, is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship.

Critical Race Studies l Critical Gender Studies l Decolonial Pedagogy l Black Masculinities Studies
You can find me working where my passions and politics collide
Learn more about what I do
I am actively working on multiple initiatives that are geared toward disrupting the status quo! If you are interested in collaborating or supporting a project, connect with me.


    I respond to crises with proactive strategies to transform and invoke...



    The Decolonial Perspectives and Practises Hub is a coalition of...


    Research Analyst

    I am a research analyst experienced in conducting qualitative...


    Project Manager

    The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project is an initiative developing a public...

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April 14, 2021

The Decolonial Hub’s first Podcast is OUT! Listen as we reflect on our 2019 event Being Decolonial in a Digital World; COVID19 & digital classrooms!

Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project 

April 19, 2021

Check out how Montreal activists, educators and students have been responding to Covid19 and systemic racism. AVAILABLE NOW!

Upcoming Events

  • Date: TBD
    The Good and the Bad of Black Grad
    I am excited to be a panelist in an upcoming episode of this newly launched series hosted by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies, produced and hosted by Evelyn Asiedu PH.D. Follow them on Facebook @goodbadblackgrad to learn more.
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Change requires us to mobilize social justice reform in and out of the classroom. Academia is insufficient without the teachings of grassroots organizers and activists. I am proud to work for, receive support from and collaborate with leading community organizations.


Funding Support & Awards


My personal and academic growth results from invigorating collaborations and teams, dedicated mentors, generous sponsors and humbling experiences with unexpected people and spaces.


I am mobilizing my sociological specialization and passions to foster recognition and connectivity amongst Black scholarly communities, developing a theoretical framework dedicated to Black male expressivity and creating learning environments that celebrate QTBIPOC expertise in higher education. I am excited about the connections, conversations and inspirations to come.

  • The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada 
  • The School of Graduate Studies at Concordia University
  • The Centre for Teaching & Learning at Concordia University
  • SHIFT Centre for Social Transformation
  • The Community Building Fund at Concordia University
  • The Sociology & Anthropology Department at Concordia University
  • The Arts & Sciences Federation of Student Associations at Concordia University
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I work with organizations and teams that are interested in work related to anti-racism, gender, social justice and decoloniality. Let's collaborate!


Jamilah Dei-Sharpe MA, HBA

Doctoral Scholar l Sociology

Critical Race Studies l Gender

Black Masculinity l Decolonial Pedagogy 


Concordia University, QC

University of Toronto, ON


Decolonial Practices & Perspectives Hub

National Black Graduate Network

Leadership Committee

Black Caucus of Concordia

Concordia's Anti-Racism Taskforce

Board of Director

American Men's Studies Association

Student Member

Canadian Sociological Association

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