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Joseph J., Razack, S (abstract accepted). University Sport in Canada: What does anti-racist  

     action look like? in Routledge Handbook of Sport, Leisure and Social Justice.


Razack, S., Khalil, A., Mohamed, H. (2021). The In/Visibility of the Black Muslim

     Sportswomen. Chapter in Sport Media Vectors: Gender Equity & Diversity.


Darnell, S., Razack, S., Joseph, J. (2021). "Sport, Social Movements and Digital Media", in

     Pike, E. (Ed) Handbook of Sport and Society. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, (pp.53-67)


Razack S., Joseph, J. (2021). "Misogynoir in Women’s Sport Media: Race, Nation, and Diaspora   

     in the Representation of Naomi Osaka" Media, Culture and Society. 43(2), pp. 291-308. 


Larkin, J., Moola, F., Razack, S. (2007, April). Gender, Sport and Development. Literature

     Review on Sport for Development and Peace. (pp. 89-123)

Razack, S., McKenzie, B., Joseph, J. (July, 2021). Op-ed. Black women athletes ruptured   

     destructive and limiting beliefs at the Tokyo Olympics. The Conversation.

Joseph, J., Razack, S. (August 2020). Op-ed: The Masai Ujiri incident shows success doesn’t

     shield Black leaders and athletes from racism. The Globe and Mail.


Razack, S. (forthcoming). Race Matters: Teaching students to be race conscious. Elementary 

     Teacher Federation of Ontario. Curriculum Guide.


Razack, S. (2020). Women, Race, Sport & Media: Curriculum Guide:


Razack, S. (2019). Bianca Andreescu: Curriculum Guide: 


Razack, S. (2019). Women’s World Cup: Curriculum Guide: 


Ashberry, J., Furgiuele, S., del Gobbo, J., Fazio, R., Razack, S. (2018). Canadian Sport Film 

     Festival Educators Guide. Canadian Sport Film Festival. Toronto, ON.


Inglis, D., Walsh, J., Razack, S. (2017). Educators Guide: Invictus Games. Invictus Games

     Toronto. Toronto, ON.


OPHEA, TO2015. (2015). KIDS N’ PLAY Resource Guide. Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan

     Games Organizing Committee. Toronto, ON

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