The Black Academy aims to showcase Black talent in Canada | Shamier Anderson and Stephan James

The Black Academy aims to showcase Black talent in Canada | Shamier Anderson and Stephan James 1

 

Two brothers in Toronto, Shamier Anderson and Stephan James, created an organization in hopes of recognizing and fostering Black talent in Canada.

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8 Comments on "The Black Academy aims to showcase Black talent in Canada | Shamier Anderson and Stephan James"

  1. Punk Rachmaninoff | December 4, 2020 at 7:54 AM | Reply

    Oh well hello… If you’re looking for a BIPOC Non-binary screenwriter, I’m here.

  2. This sounds racist to me

  3. Gimmie a break 🙄

  4. He’s Canadian!?

  5. Well have talent and you’ll be noticed.
    Have nothing and be unnoticed

  6. This is racist.

  7. Ricardo Castilho | December 4, 2020 at 4:41 PM | Reply

    Long ago we got rid of segregation.
    now we’re bringing ti back LMAO

    How a bout get some talent and u all be noticed. Will Smith, Denzel Washington did that.

  8. Pathetic

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