Marcelle-Anne Fletcher is a PhD student in Social and Political Thought at York University. She holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Political Science and Women’s Studies and an MA in Littératures et cultures du monde from the University of Ottawa. She is broadly interested in ethical deconstructions, critical formations, and productive refusals of representations of racial slavery’s violence and its legacies in the Americas. Marcelle-Anne also works as a research assistant at Institute for Social Research, investigating systemic anti-Black racism in major sectors and institutions of Canadian society.