Anthony Morgan
Contributor

Anthony is a lawyer who practices in the areas of civil, constitutional and criminal state accountability litigation. He has a special interest in anti-racist human rights advocacy, particularly in the area of anti-Black racism. He has appeared at the Divisional Court and the Supreme Court of Canada and has also represented the interests of African Canadians before United Nations human rights treaty bodies. Anthony is a frequent legal, social and public affairs commentator on issues concerning race and racism, critical multiculturalism and critical race theory in Canada. His comments on these issues have been featured in the Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, Huffington Post Canada, and other major newspapers and broadcast outlets, including CNN. In addition to holding an LL.B. and B.C.L. from McGill University, Faculty of Law, he holds an Hons. B.A. from the University of Toronto in Ethics, Society & Law.

The Charter turns 35
Charter anniversary celebrations neglect Black Canadians’ lack of access to protections
Anthony Morgan
May 4, 2017
internationalizing struggles
The next frontier of racial justice advocacy
Anthony Morgan
March 28, 2017
History of resistance
Towards a new take on Black citizenship in Canada
Anthony Morgan
January 9, 2017
Self-representation
Are court challenges to blackface and racist team names worth the risks?
Anthony Morgan
November 4, 2016
Black Lives Matter
A letter to Black students
Anthony Morgan
September 3, 2016
Black Lives Matter
Toronto Police Association gets race wrong in Andrew Loku death
Anthony Morgan
April 4, 2016
Black history
No comparison: Viola Desmond was a heroine in her own right
Anthony Morgan
February 12, 2016