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The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs and The ENRICH Project are pleased to present a four‑part series on Racism: White, Black, Indigenous, and Immigrant Perspectives.
January 13, 2016, 7pm
How and why do the impacts of history persist? How is racism directly or indirectly manifested in our society? What are our obligations to address racism? How do we reconcile divisions created by racism? How do we directly or indirectly reinforce racism? How is racism holding Nova Scotia back?
Dr. Frances Henry, Professor Emerita, York University
Dr. Darryl Leroux – Respondent, Sociology Professor, Saint Mary’s University
Dr. Elizabeth Church – Moderator, Vice-President Academic, Mount Saint Vincent University
JANUARY 13, 2016 , 7pm
SCOTIABANK THEATRE, SOBEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY
FREE ADMISSION │ RECEPTION TO FOLLOW
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Save these upcoming dates:
Black Perspectives: February 24, 2016 7pm, Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library
Indigenous Perspectives: March 23, 2016 7pm, Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library
Immigrant Perspectives: April 20, 2016 7pm, Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library
This series is also supported by the Dalhousie University President’s Office and the Dalhousie University Faculty of Health Professions.
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