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The future of Black employment in higher education institutions: Perspectives from Concordia staff and faculty

Date & time
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Registration is closed


Danna Janvier, Linda Dyer, Jacqueline Peters


This event is free



To mark the launch of this year's Black History Month programming, the Black Perspectives Office is hosting a panel on the future of Black employment in higher education institutions. With this panel, we hope to reflect on the recent wave of efforts towards addressing systemic discrimination and anti-Black racism as a pivoting point for the future of Black employment in higher education institutions. How have our institutions changed? What work still needs to be done? What hopes do we have for the future?

How can you participate? Register for the Zoom webinar or watch live on our YouTube channel

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Danna Janvier, Assistant, Associate vice-president, Finance and Controller, Financial Services

Linda Dyer, Professor of Management and Interim Department Chair, Graduate Program Director at John Molson School of Business

Jacqueline Peters, Part-time professor, Department of Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics, Faculty of Arts and Science

Isabelle St-Louis (Moderator), Facilitator, Black Perspectives Office

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