Phillip Dwight Morgan is a Toronto-based journalist, poet and researcher. His essays, op-eds and interviews have been featured on macleans.ca, cbc.ca, rabble.ca and in Briarpatch and Spacing magazines. Phillip has also appeared on Breakfast Television and CBC radio’s The 180 and Ontario Today to discuss Toronto’s School Resource Officer program as well as issues of race and representation in mainstream Canadian media. Phillip’s research interests include housing policy, policing and anti-Black racism, and media criticism. He is currently writing his debut collection of poetry, Portraits in Black Face, with the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council and the Diaspora Dialogues Mentoring Program.