On Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) with Taib Boyce, pt 2
Taib K.Boyce (Tay-eeb) (he/him) is a local Ottawa Anti-Racism Consultant, at TKB Consulting. As a consultant for the past 7 years, Taib has supported the development and implementation of online and in-person trainings on anti-racism and anti-oppression for senior leaders at the Department of Justice, Somerset West Community Health Centre, Oxfam and others. Taib earned a B.A. in Political Science and Law. He later received his Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluations. Both from Carleton University. Taib’s advocacy focuses on issues relevant to black queer and trans communities in Ottawa. He is the co-founder and facilitator of Ottawa’s only discussion group for black gay men called Keepingit100. He also volunteers with Salaam Canada - a national 2LGBTI+ Muslim nonprofit - facilitating/organizing local events.
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