juillet, 2020

30juil6:00 pmResistance, Healing and Recovery: Reclaiming Hope and New FuturesRemote

Détails

Join the Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies (CIARS) for our second Zoom Town Hall “Resistance, Healing and Recovery: Reclaiming Hope and New Futures” for a discussion that will contribute to an ongoing collective conversation on the hopeful possibilities brought by the convergence of crises, from COVID-19 to the most recent anti-racist uprisings. We believe this can be the beginning of a monumental change and the dialogue and ongoing mobilization must continue particularly around the convergences around anti-Indigenous and anti-Black racism and critical solidarity. This will be the second Town Hall in a series following the first Town Hall on anti-Black racism, Solidarity and Health on July 15th. The Town Hall will begin at 6:00 p.m. eastern.

The Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies is proud to introduce a renowned group of speakers and moderator:

Leticia Ama Deawuo | Director, Black Creek Community Farm and Instructor, George Brown College

Diane Hill | Social Justice Education, OISE U of T M.A. Student

Dr. Pamela Palmater | Mi’kmaw Lawyer, Professor at Ryerson University, Author, and Social Justice Activist

Chris Ramsaroop | Justice for Migrant Workers Organizer and Social Justice Education, OISE U of T P.h.D Candidate

Dr. Roberta Timothy | Assistant Professor and Director of Health Promotion at Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

Dr. Francisco Villegas | Assistant Professor of Sociology, Kalamazoo College

Moderator: Marycarmen Lara Villanueva | Social Justice Education, OISE U of T P.h.D Student and CIARS Coordinator

Media Sponsor: Downsview Advocate

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https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ciars/

Heure

(Jeudi) 6:00 pm EDT

Lieu

Remote

Organizer

Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies (CIARS)