Sandy Hudson

Sandy Hudson is a political strategist and communications expert who believes in winning as a framework for justice. An audacious organizer, Sandy is unafraid to have and host the conversations needed to bring real change to the forefront. Hope, and a commitment to possibility keep her in the fight for a better world. Sandy is also the founder of Black Lives Matter – Toronto. She is Vice-Chair at the Black Legal Action Centre and is studying law at UCLA.

Sandy’s is co-editor of Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada. Her writing can be found in The Washington Post, The Toronto Star, Maclean’s Magazine, The Huffington Post, Now Magazine, and

Headshots of Sandy Hudson & Nora Loreto, wiht their podcast logo in blue and yellow.

Sandy Hudson and Nora Loreto’s podcast is required listening. Every week they talk politics, radical social change, what's currently wrong with the Left and what must happen to make it right. In this event, the co-hosts will discuss the outcome of the American presidential election, its impact on Canada, and where we all go next.