As 2021 marks another year of ongoing racist, ableist, queerphobic violence toward Black, Indigenous, and many other communities of colour, there are even more reasons to centre justice, equity, and community in our research aims, questions, approaches, and commitments. This panel invites four brilliant BIPOC speakers from across the university to share their ongoing research particularly in relation to their communities.
Although their disciplinary backgrounds are diverse, the speakers have in common their strong commitment to thinking with, about, and for their varying relations in the face of violence against racialized, queer, and disabled communities.
Live captioning (CART) services will be available during this event.
Attendees will be entered in a raffle for one of four books selected by our speakers or one of two copies of Pitch Magazine Vol. 2.
This event is co-sponsored by the RESIST Graduate Student Working Group, the Race, Racism and Racialization (R3) PACBIC Working Group, the Disability Inclusion, Madness, Accessibility, NeuroDiversity (DIMAND) PACBIC Working Group and the Equity and Inclusion Office.