Author Kamilah Haywood // Articles & Resources in support of Book Themes

The following lists feature Canadian news articles and reports based on the themes and concepts found in the four novels of Toronto author Kamilah Haywood (aka Kwoodz):

Kwoodz—a queer, Black, Canadian fiction author of Jamaican heritage—writes books depicting the unfiltered, authentic, and occasionally dark side of Toronto life. Through raw details and intimate narratives, they have captured issues from female incarceration to sex trafficking, relationships, coming of age, and spirituality through their intensely gripping novels.

02/02/2022 // NOW TORONTO // Op-ed: The pandemic sentences prisoners to endless COVID lockdown

03/20/2021 // GLOBAL NEWS // ‘Folks are dying’: Community rallies for depopulation of Ontario jails after COVID-19 outbreaks

02/22/2022 // GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO // Ontario Marks Human Trafficking Awareness Day

02/16/2022 // QUINTE NEWS // Human trafficking awareness campaign underway

02/14/2022 // GLOBAL NEWS // Public Awareness Campaign Launched to Prevent Sex Trafficking in Kawartha Lakes

02/09/2022 // GLOBAL NEWS // Nova Scotia website tackles warning signs of human trafficking, offers support to survivors

02/08/2022 // CISION // OneChild X Meta Launch National Youth-Led Awareness Campaign for National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, February 22

02/01/2022 // CBC NEWS // Still 'a long way to go' to tackle human trafficking: Windsor social worker says

01/26/2022 // CTV NEWS // 'People need to talk about it': Ontario schools are implementing anti-sex trafficking policies

01/13/2022 // LONDON FREE PRESS // Children's Aid placing youth in London hotels, raising sex-trafficking fears

01/11/2022 // CALGARY HERALD // Catholic School District launches human trafficking awareness program

12/22/2021 // DURHAM COLLEGE // Global Issues students address human trafficking with competitive poster campaign

12/20/2021 // FAIRVIEW POST // Human trafficking is happening across the country

GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO // Learn about human trafficking, find out where to go for help and get services or support. 


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