Combatting anti-Black racism in the academy: A primer for faculty

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OCUFA’s Equity and Social Justice Committee is inviting all members of OCUFA faculty and academic librarian associations to an important online workshop on combatting anti-Black racism in higher education.

Facilitated by social and racial justice advocate Paige Galette, the workshop will aim to give participants tools to combat anti-Black racism in their roles as faculty, in their associations, on campus, and beyond. Participants will be given time to reflect and ask questions in English or French throughout the session.

Paige has over a decade of experience advancing social justice causes, including Black liberation, the queer movement, the women’s movement, and organized labour. You can read Paige’s most recent essay in Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada.

In order to help Paige tailor the session to meet the needs of participants, we encourage you to register as soon as possible and to fill out the short questionnaire on the registration page.

If you require childcare or any other forms of accommodation for attending these events please contact the ESJC support staff, Cheryl Athersych or Mina Rajabi Paak.

Register today

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