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graduate studies: Douthwright read a similar study from Milwaukee, Wis., during her undergraduate courses and she was floored by the findings, according to Metro News. I thought there was no way this would be true here in Toronto, she said. For a city that claims to be multicultural, the results were shocking, said Janelle Douthwright, the study's author, who recently graduated with a Masters of Arts in Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies from the University of Toronto. She pursued her graduate studies to find out. The Black applicants also listed participation in a Black or African student association on their resumes. Douthwright created four fictional female applicants and submitted their resumes for entry level service and retail positions in Toronto over the summer. function set Cookie related path / ; Related Ontario launching economic study as part of anti-Black racism strategy Online game to players Don't touch black people's hair Biney is 1st black woman to make Olympic speedskating team Halifax police have lost credibility with Black community human rights lawyer She gave two of the applicants Black sounding names Khadija Nzeogwu and Tameeka Okwabi and gave one a criminal record. ( As reported in the news.