James Michael Yeboah is a Ghanian- Canadian visual artist born and raised in Mississauga Ontario. James has shown work at the Myseum’s Intersections festival, has been an artist in residence at Nia Centre for the Arts and has had two solo shows entitled When Black Boys Cry and Black Boys Forever at Magic Pony Gallery and Margin of Eras Gallery respectively. He is also currently a TAC grant recipient for Visual arts creation. James’ work mostly touches on issues revolving around the Black community such as mental health, anti Black violence, toxic masculinity, and the difficulties in being part of the African diaspora. James’ work attempts to touch on these topics in order to improve communication and to mend relationships within the black community. James’ work is also very introspective, as it functions as a meditation on how he can be a better member of his community in order to effectively inspire change.