Adapting to COVID-19: Answering the Call to Being and Becoming an Ally
From Kelsey Kilbey
Moderator: Dr. Kyra Garson
Facilitators: Harminder Padda, Rohene Bouajram, Dr. Moussa Magassa, Dr. Justin Wilson, Dr. Amie McLean, and Dr. Sae Hoon Stan Chung
Join us for a dialogue with a diverse panel of anti-racism educators and activists. They will share their views on what it means to be an ally, how to become one, and how to acknowledge and disrupt systemic racism. Responding to amplified calls to confront systemic racism, the panelists will discuss how to navigate these complex dynamics in post-secondary campus and classroom interactions. Panelists will explore the importance of addressing intersectional oppressions embedded in teaching, curriculum, research and service as well as the adverse impacts that structural and epistemic racism have on BIPOC faculty, staff, students, and communities.
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