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Meet Maurice

Maurice Riley Case is the Manager of Concordia’s Black Perspectives Office

He completed his MEd at York University where his extended paper considered abolition and reform in the education system, including how rich understandings of Blackness and queerness are obscured by institutional efforts to address anti-Black racism in education. He holds a BEd and a BA from the University of Toronto.

Maurice's approach to transforming education is informed by anti-oppressive scholarship on education, Black Studies, music, film, photography, novels, and poetry. Of particular interest to him are ways in which classrooms, curricula and assessments reflect experiential knowledge and collective action.

Before Concordia, Maurice spent 12 years as a teacher and 3 years as Instructional Coordinator for Black Student Flourishing at the Peel District School Board in Ontario.

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