Phillip Dwight Morgan is a first-generation Canadian journalist, poet, and activist of Jamaican heritage. He is the inaugural Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellow and his essays, op-eds, and poetry have appeared with Maclean’, the Toronto Star, and in BriarpatchSpacing, and Geezmagazines. Phillip is currently working on his first book, Where do we begin?, a collection of essays exploring Black identity in Canada through analyses of media representation, activism, politics, sexuality, and masculinity. Phillip views writing as a process of self-discovery, emancipation, and nourishment.