Fitsum Areguy is a writer and essayist based in Kitchener, Ontario. His writing can be found in Briarpatch Magazine, Canadian Dimension, New Sociology, ByBlacks, and Korea Exposé, among others. His work is wide-ranging in interest and styles, blending personal narrative, critical analysis, and journalistic reporting to explore how various communities — in particular, Black, Indigenous and racialized groups — navigate and resist various forms of state violence. Across the various topics he writes about, the throughline concerns how race, culture, power, and difference structures our identities and relationships.

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