Phillip Dwight Morgan is a first-generation Canadian journalist, poet, and activist of Jamaican heritage. He is the inaugural rabble.ca Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellow and his work has appeared with Maclean’s, CBC, rabble.ca, the Toronto Star, and in several other Canadian magazines. Phillip is currently working on his first book, Where do we begin?, a collection of essays exploring Black masculinities in Canada through analyses of media representation, politics, and sexuality. Phillip views writing as a process of healing, self-discovery, growth, and nourishment.
Events Phillip Dwight Morgan was involved in
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 - 7:30 PM
This Black History Month, the Toronto International Festival of Authors and Kuumba invite you to celebrate the release of Black Writers Matter, an anthology of African Canadian creative nonfiction featuring works from established and emerging writers.