UWindsor Together: Student Mental Health and Remote Learning Services
raised fist in red and blackA panel will hold a public conversation via Zoom about Black-Indigenous solidarity on March 26.

Black-Indigenous solidarity subject of panel discussion

This evening — Friday, March 26, members of the UWindsor community are invited to join Windsor Law professor Tasha Beeds and Jhanel Dundas, president of the Black Law Students’ Association of Windsor, as they host a public conversation about Black-Indigenous solidarity.

The hosts will be joined virtually by a panel of Black and Indigenous guest speakers to discuss what it means to be Black and Indigenous in academic spaces, in conflict, and more.

Panellists include law students Brian Provo and David Pitawanakwat along with five scholars with expertise in the areas of Black and Indigenous scholarship and activism. The hosts hope this event will build allyship, understanding, and solidarity on campus and beyond.

The free public event begins at 6 p.m. For more information and to register, visit the Windsor Law website.

Academic Area: