Kharoll-Ann Souffrant

Kharoll-Ann Souffrant

Pre-Doctoral Fellow

Black Studies

Sutherland Hall 442

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Research Interests: victimology, women's rights within the legal system, sexual violence, gender-based violence, intersectionality and (digital) feminist activism.

Kharoll-Ann Souffrant is a doctoral candidate in social work at the University of Ottawa. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work from McGill University. Her dissertation focuses on Black feminist activists and Black survivors' perspectives on the #MeToo movement in Quebec. Kharoll-Ann Souffrant is also the author of Le privilège de dénoncer - Justice pour toutes les victimes de violences sexuelles, a book that offers an intersectional perspective on the #MeToo movement. It was published in Quebec and Europe by Les éditions du remue-ménage. She has been named a 2020 United Nations Fellow for People of African Descent and is a columnist for several Quebec media outlets.