Dionisio Nyaga earned his Ph.D. at Social Justice Education-OISE/ University of Toronto. He has master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Ryerson University’s School of Social Work. He is currently a Contract Lecturer at Ryerson University, School of Social Work, teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses. His Doctoral research is focused on uncoupling Black masculinity through the narratives of Kenyan men in Toronto. His teaching, research and practice interests are in the areas of critical anti-oppression, community development and engagement, anti-Blackness, masculinity studies, diaspora and transnational studies, cultural studies, men and masculinities, social justice, Indigenous and spirituality studies.