Greg Birkett is an Ontario-based educational consultant, award-winning educator, author, playwright and slam poet. He is the co-presenter and co-developer of See Us, Learn Us: Teaching the Black Canadian Experience, a nationwide webinar for educators and education stakeholders in partnership with Nelson Education. He has appeared on City TV News and Breakfast Television to discuss issues pertaining to anti-Black racism, its impact on the educational system and how to address these challenges. 

Greg’s slam poetry account: @gregb_writes

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