Sat., July 23: An event well worth attending ! :)

NB! Please make sure to RSVP in advance, as space is limited! http://tinyurl.com/j79sosx


Decolonized Leadership:

Critical Conversations on the School to Prison Pipeline

For Racialized and Marginalized Youth in Canada

Keynote Speakers

Moderators

  • Hodan A. Mohammed, LHAE/OISE & CAMWL Steering Committee
  • Aziza Hirsi, York University – Osgoode Hall Law School

Spoken Word Artists

WHEN: Saturday, July 23 | 4:30 – 7:30 pm
WHERE: Nexus Lounge — OISE, 12th floor
University of Toronto | 252 Bloor Street West


The “Decolonized Leadership: Critical Convos on the School to Prison Pipeline” forum intends to engage with University of Toronto / Ontario Institute for Studies in Education graduate students and the public in a discussion about the connections between government legislation and the Ontario public school system’s racialization and marginalization of Indigenous, Black, and other students of color. We will also discuss proactive solutions with our panelists, who are researchers and educators on the best methods for addressing these critical issues about Canada’s educational institutions. Keynote Speakers: Professor Lee Maracle, Indigenous scholar Akilah Haneef, Trauma Therapist and Social Worker Zakaria Abdulle, Researcher and Educator Moderators: Hodan A. Mohamed Aziza Hirsi Spoken Word Artists: Timaj Garad Shadiya Aidid This event is free for students and the public, but we welcome donations.

NB! Please make sure to RSVP in advance, as space is limited! http://tinyurl.com/j79sosx


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