Sat, Oct 01|
Navigating Racism in the Workplace Workshop Series: Students
This workshops series is reserved for students. Workshop #4 will bring all three cohorts together for a rich and engaging conversation. This event will be split into two groups (AM & PM) and you will be notified closer to the event which group you will be in. However, please reserve the full day.
Time & Location
Oct 01, 2022, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT
Toronto, 4700 Keele St, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3, Canada
About the event
The Ontario Association of Black Paralegals and York University-TD Community Engagement Centre is excited to host a series of workshops for individuals who have consistently faced systemic oppression in Canadian systems and institutions.
We find ourselves presently at a national dialogue and discourse on racial inequities. This is a shift for many, those who are most impacted have been seeking changes, and others are grappling to find grounding in this national conversation. These converging meeting places offer us great hope, as it allows for everyone to be apart of the movement towards eradicating racial injustice. Interested in participating in this series? Fill out this form to register. There are limited spots available. Further details will be provided once registration is complete.
PLEASE NOTE: Select portions of this series will be filmed. Participants will be asked to sign a release. However, the privacy of all participants is the first and foremost priority. If you do not wish to be filmed, you may indicate this on the release form.
This is an anti-racism workshop series that has been developed specifically for Black, Indigenous and other racialized legal professionals who have faced or have the potential to face systemic discrimination in the workplace. This workshop series is closed to non-racialized legal professionals in order to promote a safe space to unpack trauma, ask for advice and develop the tools to navigate systemic racism and discrimination in a professional setting.
Navigating Racism: Students$0.00