|Short Description of Yourself||
Audra Chadwick is a writer from Kingston, Jamaica who immigrated to Canada in 1964. Chadwick’s writing explores and uses her experience of immigration to describe and critique the oppression that racial minorities face internationally; specifically that of Black and Indigenous peoples. Through the lens of her childhood memories, Chadwick aims to recapture some bright magic in a sometimes dark world.
|Writing Focus or Interests||
-race relations in Western and Caribbean societies
– visual artist, community organizer, activist
|Published Works and Recognitions||
Chadwick’s writing has been featured in Trick Zine and False Freedom for University of Toronto .
Addressing history’s wrongs, one story at a time.