Occupy between the 1 and the 99%: Power, Privilege and Poverty
Nov 13, 2012, 12:45pm-2:15pm
This workshop will revisit the Toronto Occupy movement to discuss the various facets of social polarization and its uneven relationship to class, indigeneity, race and gender. Speakers will include Ajamu Nangwaya, Grace-Edward Galabuzi, Nele Michiels and Kamplex. The event's facilitators will be Stefan Kipper and Ciann Wilson.
In 2011, various movements around the world, from Tunis to Madrid, Athens to New York highlighted the implications of social polarization for democracy and everyday life.
|Location:||140 Health, Nursing & Environmental Studies Building|
|Sponsor:||Faculty of Environmental Studies|
|Posted by:||Joanne Guidi|