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University Communications Services presents a tailored workshop for researchers in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the ins and outs of writing op-eds.

When
April 22, 2024, 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus John Molson Building MB 14.250 (1450 Guy)
Speaker(s)
Louise-Maude Soucy-Rioux

Drop by our Spirituali-tea for some coffee, tea, and snacks! Meet our team and make new friends.

When
April 23, 2024, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where
SGW campus Z - Z Annex (2090 Mackay)

SAY LESS is a monthly co-working space to meet and connect with one another while getting work done! Bring your laptop and drop in any time between 1-5pm on the dates mentioned. Snacks, tea, and coffee will be provided. Please register below.

When
April 24, 2024, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Where
TBD

The Puerto Rican performance collective, Poncili Creación, will be featured in a two-part event on April 25 and 27, positioning improvisation with sound, movement and giant puppetry manipulation as a means to explore creative forms of resistance and community collaboration.

When
April 25, 2024, 5:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus VA - Visual Arts Building VA-114 (1395 René Lévesque W.)
Speaker(s)
Poncili Creacion performance collective, moderated by Mark Sussman

When
April 25, 2024, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Where
SGW campus EV - Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Metro Level Kiosk (1515 St. Catherine W.)

Sheila Cote-Meek, Full Professor and Director of Indigenous Educational Studies Programs at Brock University, and Taima Moeke-Pickering, Full Professor and Interim Director of the School of Indigenous Relations at Laurentian University, will discuss the relationship between reforming academic assessment and decolonizing and indigenizing the academy,

When
April 25, 2024, 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Sheila Cote-Meek, Taima Moeke-Pickering (absent with regrets)

Racism, microaggressions and discrimination wear away at the human body and mind, impacting our immune system, memory function & social engagement capacities. Join Parneet for this 1 hour workshop on understanding and practicing how to support the human-animal nervous system through somatic exercises and mindfulness practices when confronted with these realities. Attendees are invited to get curious about how to support their own nervous systems to support body regulation, repair and rest.

When
April 25, 2024, 12:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Parneet Chohan

engAGE: Centre for Research in Aging invites you to Poetic Justice: justice, inspiration, hope. This is the third event in our series of joyshops, that were launched by the centre during Black History Month.

When
April 26, 2024, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus ER Building 672 (2155 Guy St.)
Speaker(s)
Maëlle Thelismond, Nerly Michel and Florence Marcelin.

The Puerto Rican performance collective, Poncili Creación, will be featured in a two-part event on April 25 and 27, positioning improvisation with sound, movement and giant puppetry manipulation as a means to explore creative forms of resistance and community collaboration.

When
April 27, 2024, 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Where
Espace Transmission
Speaker(s)
Poncili Creación performance collective, with local guests

Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of intellectual property (IP) in the realm of AI-based software systems.

When
April 29, 2024, 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus ER Building 1072 (2155 Guy St.)
Speaker(s)
Dr. Rob Teather

Drop by our Spirituali-tea for some coffee, tea, and snacks! Meet our team and make new friends.

When
April 30, 2024, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where
SGW campus Z - Z Annex (2090 Mackay)

Cette troisième rencontre fait suite à une première journée organisée en 2022 à Montréal et à une seconde organisée à Paris en 2023.

When
May 3, 2024, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus John Molson Building (1450 Guy)

This presentation is designed to build awareness and understanding of how our practices, policies, attitudes, and language impact individuals with disabilities. We will examine the difference between accessibility and accommodations, differentiate between the medical and the social models of disability, and address issues of fairness and social justice.

When
May 7, 2024, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Anna Barrafato, Accessibility Change Lead

Do you have questions or situations you'd like feedback on but are not comfortable sharing? Well, this is the space to bring them! Let's come together in a non-judgmental space to ask our awkward questions and work through our awkward experiences in engaging in anti-racist and anti-oppressive work in our respective spaces. For online sessions, please note that the Zoom link will be provided the day before the start of the workshop

When
May 9, 2024, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Maurice Riley Case, Manager, Black Perspective Office

As presenters and workshop facilitators we are all mindful of the importance of engaging participants and creating experiences that are welcoming and accessible. This presentation will look at the importance of designing accessible and inclusive presentations, as well as offer tips and best practices in accessibility and inclusion. Barriers experienced by participants with hearing, vision, and mobility impairments, as well as medical and mental health conditions will be addressed.

When
May 9, 2024, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Anna Barrafato, Accessibility Change Lead

Join us for Say More’s Sharing Circles, an informal space facilitated by EO, SHIFT, and the OCE. All Indigenous, Black, and racialized faculty, staff, and students are invited to connect and engage with one another in a supportive and collaborative atmosphere. We'll gather questions and prompts as a launchpad for open dialogue and conversation. Come as you are. There will be snacks, light lunch options, teas and coffee provided.

When
May 9, 2024, 12:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Where
SGW campus LB - J.W. McConnell Building (1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.)

When planning engaging events, it is essential to design these events with accessibility and inclusivity in mind. This presentation will examine how to reduce barriers to participation and will offer tips and best practices on designing accessible and inclusive in-person and virtual events.

When
May 13, 2024, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Anna Barrafato, Accessibility Change Lead

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
May 14, 2024, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where
TBD
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
May 15, 2024, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where
TBD
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
May 15, 2024, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

The Concordia Research and Education for Athletic Therapy Excellence (CREATE) Conference is the only academic oriented event in Canada specifically designed to host both professional and student researchers to disseminate their knowledge creation and network among peers in the field of athletic therapy.

When
May 16, 2024, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where
Loyola Campus Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics (7141 Sherbrooke W.)
Speaker(s)
Dr. Ian Shrier, sports medicine physician

Classrooms reflect the world in which we live and represent the diversity within. By implementing inclusive teaching practices, instructors can create learning environments in which all students feel like they belong, can learn at high levels, and reach their true potential. To support instructors in creating inclusive learning environments, this presentation will introduce several inclusive teaching practices that can be immediately used to benefit all students.

When
May 16, 2024, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Anna Barrafato, Accessibility Change Lead

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
May 21, 2024, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where
TBD
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
May 21, 2024, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

The Anti-Racism Working Group is a dynamic space for those who've completed the two-part Anti-Racism series or the Anti-Racism Concentric Learning Series. This is an informal, less structured space. It is a chance to reconnect, delve deeper into conversations, and provide mutual support for your anti-racism challenges, ideas, and initiatives. The working group is an hub for sustained reflection, dedicated practice, and collective accountability. Dates: May 22nd (Wed) - 1:00 - 2:30pm - ONLINE *More dates may be added depending on demand. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca.

When
May 22, 2024, 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

This workshop will explore what it means to make “good trouble.” Making "good trouble", as described by Civil Rights Leader and Congressman John Lewis is doing “something out of the ordinary,” to make “a way out of no way.” As per Flint and Toledo (2021): "Troubling is about how we relate as we live and become together in the world." Together, we will use the concept of 'troubling' as a framework that notices and names injustices. We will also consider how we can create new ways of relating to one another in order to coexist in a good way. By the end of this session, participants will identify practical strategies for making "good trouble." For online sessions, please note that the Zoom link will be provided the day before the start of the workshop.

When
May 23, 2024, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Maurice Riley Case, Manager, Black Perspective Office

This session offers an open and interactive space for student-facing professionals to explore what it means to foster a culture of inclusivity in a variety of educational settings and service delivery contexts. Join us as we explore ways to build equity into our daily work and practice.

When
May 23, 2024, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where
TBD
Speaker(s)
Racha Cheikh-Ibrahim, Equity Advisor

Le Centre des étudiants parents de l’Université Concordia a le plaisir d’annoncer sa collaboration avec la grande journée des petits entrepreneurs 2024! Préparez-vous à vivre une journée mettant à l’honneur la créativité, l’innovation et l’esprit entrepreneurial.

When
June 1, 2024, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus LB - J.W. McConnell Building Atrium du pavillon LB (1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.)

Are you a parent? Register your child, ages 5 and up, for a unique event that offers the opportunity to step into the world of business for a day.

When
June 1, 2024, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where
Sir George Williams Campus LB - J.W. McConnell Building (1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.)

*This workshop is for Concordia faculty, students and staff only* Exploring Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism is a two-part training program. The first session is theory based and designed to encourage reflection upon contemporary concepts and issues around race as well as racism history. We also pay particular attention to the manifestations and maintenance of racism in the workplace. The second part involves an applied approach, designed to promote, and implement anti-racism best practices through scenarios. The goal of this program is to foster awareness, understanding, and adoption of anti-racism best practices across the campus community with foundational knowledge and tools. The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue Part I dates: May 15 (Wed) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 15 (Wed) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part II dates: May 21 (Tues) - 10-12pm - In Person - SGW Campus - Staff, faculty & students May 21 (Tues) - 2-4pm - Online - Staff, faculty & students Part I & II dates: May 14 (Tues) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students Jun 12 (Wed) - 10-3pm - SGW Campus/Online - Staff, faculty & students *For the intensive dates (part I and part II combined), note that there will be a 1 hour lunch break from 12-1pm. You will have the option to choose in person or online format. The format will be determined by majority vote. If taking the separate sessions, you must have completed Part I in order to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. Staff and faculty can mix and match online or in person dates. Deadline to register is the day before at 1pm for all workshops. All information gathered will remain confidential to the Equity Office for the purposes of improving our programming and content, including rollout of this workshop for students and faculty in the future. Thank you for your interest. For any questions or concerns please contact dona.nham@concordia.ca The objectives of Part I are to explore: Race and racism concepts and history How racism manifests in the workplace How racism maintains itself The objectives of Part II are to: Strengthen understanding of anti-racism best practices Explore how to embed anti-racism best practices Share space for conversation and dialogue around these issues You must have completed Part I to participate for Part II. Registration does not guarantee a place in the workshop as there is limited capacity. Session occurrence is dependent on registration numbers. You can mix and match online or in person dates. For any questions or concerns please contact  dona.nham@concordia.ca

When
June 12, 2024, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where
TBD
Speaker(s)
Dona Nham, Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism

This session offers an open and interactive space for student-facing professionals to explore what it means to foster a culture of inclusivity in a variety of educational settings and service delivery contexts. Join us as we explore ways to build equity into our daily work and practice.

When
June 12, 2024, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Where
Online
Speaker(s)
Racha Cheikh-Ibrahim, Equity Advisor

This exhibit features the collaborative MA oral history research of Hannah Pinilla and her interview partners. Her research explores how the narrations, consumption, and preparation of "home foods" facilitates interactive, diasporic "memory work."

When
June 15, 2024 – June 16, 2024 (all day)
Where
Sir George Williams Campus J.W. McConnell Building LB 1042 (1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.)
Speaker(s)
Hannah Pinilla




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