Team Members: Cheryll Case
As a co-editor and author of this anthology, Cheryll brought attention to the challenges women contemplate as they think about housing. She did this by inviting women to contribute chapters, and contributing two chapters herself. Her chapter 'A Woman's Right to Housing' is featured by Walrus magazine and is available online. This chapter goes back over 100 years into Toronto's past to uncover the underlying social frameworks that continue to limit the ability for land to provide women with healthy and affordable housing.
Created by Cheryll Case, Spencer Cowl, Jordyn Martinez, Rachel Cowl, Elizabeth Gilarowski, Jasmine Ngan, Vivian Zhi, and Rowan El-Bialy at Shameless Magazine's Media Conference.
We are raising $50,000 to launch the Black Futures Community Development Fund. Every dollar donated to this fund is invested in creating the next generations of leaders building solutions for Black people to have increase rates of home ownership and housing security. Are you able to help us meet our goals?