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Black & Indigenous Solidarity
5:00 PM on Wednesday Jan. 30th
Carleton University Art Gallery - St. Patrick's Bldg, 1125 Colonel By Dr.
Price: FREE

We would like to acknowledge that our work, as well as events, take place on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin nation

Event Details:

PART 1-
Join us at CUAG for a panel discussion with Black and Indigenous activists as we share knowledge and strategies for working in solidarity. We hope to ignite an open discussion with folks on what solidarity between Black and Indigenous communities looks like in practice.
*Non-Black and Indigenous folks are welcome to come to this part of the event, but we ask that you be conscious of the space you take up and your respective role.

PART 2-
Join us for a CLOSED debriefing session at Ojigkwanong (228 Paterson Hall) following the panel discussion. Here we will be having more intimate conversations between Black and Indigenous folks about solidarity between our communities moving forward. FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED

BOTH PARTS OF THIS EVENT ARE FREE

ACCESSIBILITY NOTE:

This venue is wheelchair accessible.The closest gender neutral bathroom is right outside the doors on the tunnel level. This is a free event.
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CUSA’s Race, Ethnicity and Culture Hall (REC Hall) aims to be a safe(r) space for Carleton students of all racial, ethnic and cultural identities through peer-to-peer dialogue, programming, and support. REC Hall aims to address the specific needs of racialized students on campus through organizing a series of events celebrating and empowering students of colour.

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