Hugh Lawson is the director of business development at Staples Canada. He was born in Toronto, Ontario of Jamaican parents.
During our conversation, Hugh talks a little about his life, the importance that his parents have paved in his life, his concern about young Black youth and the education system, how he engages with young Black men, some of his experiences with and why he participates in the Stand Up Conference For Young Men Of Colour and his call to action for parents and elders when it comes to dealing with young men of colour.
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