Hello TFC Community, 

We hope that everyone is doing well and finding peace in the midst of the turbulent times we’re living through. Solving the health problem is our core mission at TFC. A healthy world is a world free of racism so our team is doing our part by improving our understanding and that starts with learning. 

Being part of the solution requires understanding. Improved understanding leads to increased compassion and to true progress towards a future we can all be proud to create together. 

As we embark on the journey to improve our awareness on the topic of race, we created this page to list the resources we have been exploring so that the entire TFC community can take action by leading with themselves first. 

We plan to continually add information from the list and invite any additional resource recommendations to be sent our way via instagram direct messages. Our team will be working to develop initiatives that allow our company to contribute positive change and be part of the solution to end racism. 

Thanks for spending your attention on being part of the solution

– TFC team


– 13th (Netflix)

– American Son (Netflix)

– Dear White People (Netflix)

– When They See Us (Netflix)

– LA 92 (Netflix)



(Click on articles to view them) 

– Why saying you “don’t see race” doesn’t help

– Uncovering the “racial contract” as a core element of the problem

– Solid information for white people wanting to be allies



(Click on books to view them on amazon.ca) 

–    So You want to talk about race by Ijeoma Oluo

– The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

– Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad

– Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine



(Click on podcasts to listen) 

Code Switch

The New York Times’ 1619

Seeing White

Mixed Company

Black & White Conversations:





Compelling debate:

A powerful panel at a time like this:



Talking to kids about race:


Because not all conversations need to be serious to be educational and these guys actually have some great things to say:

**Contains “EXPLICIT” language and jokes


Getting to the root of racial injustice:


Because different perspectives are always helpful:


A refreshing and nuanced conversation: