BIPOC Event: Healing and Restoration as an Act of Resistance

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March 03, 2021, 4:00 pm
Campus
Online

This closed session aims to create a safe space for BIPOC attendees to explore healing, restoration and community building in the context of antiracism & decolonization work.

As BIPOC folx, how can we create a culture of care and stand in solidarity with one another, while fighting larger forces of oppression?

Join us as we explore and uncover the wide-ranging social impacts of COVID-19. Panels and community dialogue sessions will feature stories, lived experience, arts and culture. This event series will zero in on sexual and gender-based violence, mental health and well-being, anti-racism and decolonization, and what we as individuals and a society can – and should – do in these novel times.

Moderator: 

  • Jed Palad (New Westminster Representative, Douglas Students' Union) 
  • Gurpinder Gaidu (DSU Student Representative)

Panelists: 

  • Cicely Belle Blain (Cicely Blain Consulting)
  • Vanessa Le Mercier (Student, Douglas College)
  • Anuschka Naidu (Counselling Services, Douglas College) 

Register for the event on Zoom https://douglascollege-ca.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5YqdeyoqjMiHNw8tWy-R3eTbfrSvU3BHf3U

This event is part of the SHIFT Conference: https://www.douglascollege.ca/shift 

Contact Information:

impacts@douglascollege.ca