Public Inc.


“People won’t sit next to me on the subway,” reads a poster for a new ad campaign created by the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI).

“I’m so sick of people constantly asking to touch my hair,” another says.

Anti-black racism is alive and well in Canada, the council’s executive director Debbie Douglas told The Huffington Post Canada.

“It informs how black folk walk and live their lives.”

The campaign includes six different posters, designed by marketing agency Public Inc., which will be shown on bus shelters across Toronto. It also directs people to a new website,, which provides resources to people who want to confront racism.

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