Utsu, Assu, Bsa:#All Lives Dont Matter: Confronting Anti Blackness

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eXpression Against Oppression is a week dedicated to raising awareness and creating platforms of resistance regarding current social justice issues within Canada and around the world.

The University of Toronto Students' Union's Racialized Sub- Commission, in collaboration with the Arts & Science Students' Union and Black Students' Association at the University of Toronto presents #AllLivesDONTMatter: Confronting Anti-Blackness featuring guest speaker Kim Katrin Milan.

Kim Katrin Milan

A daughter of the diaspora, Afro-Caribbean, Venezuelan Arawak, Indian and Scottish, hailing from Trinidad and living between Toronto & New York. Kim Katrin Milan is an award winning internationally acclaimed artist, educator and writer. Kim is the co-founder and the current Executive Director of The People Project,10 years of local and international community development through alternative education, art-activism and collaboration. A public researcher, consultant and human rights educator, she shares over 100 unique resources and presentations online, and has delivered hundreds of workshops & trainings around intersectional issues including race, ability & gender. As a social entrepreneur, she speaks to women’s leadership and ethical business practices. Kim also engages in community-based healing initiatives including teaching Queer and Brown Girls Yoga.

For more information http://www.kimkatrinmilan.com

Admission is free for UofT students with TCard.

Limited community tickets are available at the door $5.00 each, first come first serve.

Please RSVP by clicking on the link below

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By: University of Toronto Students' Union (UTSU)

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