Decolonizing Mental Health and Well-being - FESI 2020 webinar 3

Join speakers Jennifer Mullan and Cheryl Woolnough for a conversation on disrupting the myth of neutrality that permeates our approaches to mental health in education. This myth of neutrality contributes to the oppression of racialized and minoritized youth in schooling and beyond. The speakers will discuss how the historical trauma of racism and colonization have

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Black and Indigenous Alliances: Reconfiguring Education for otherwise futures

The Faculty of Education’s Anti-Black Racism Committee (ABRC) invites you to this webinar, where panelists will create a space of inquiry and engagement through dialogue as they consider questions such as: How might we think about education as a site that cultivates conditions for structural transformation and not just a place for the socialization and

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The Invisible City (Film Screening and Discussion)

How to build a home in a place called nowhere? This is the question that frames The Invisible City Kakuma, an award-winning new film by director Lieven Corthouts. In this special event, we will screen the film followed by a discussion on what it means to become educated—and make a life—in a protracted refugee situation.

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