Rai ReeceFriday sessions mediated by Rai Reece offer “radical collective care” to Black-identified students.

Sessions offer support to Black students

Women’s and Gender Studies is hosting sessions for Black-identified students to offer “radical collective care,” a starting point to support Black students and to address the structural deficit in care they experience.

A professor of sociology at Ryerson University, mediator Rai Reece is an interdisciplinary scholar-activist whose expertise includes Canadian Black feminism, critical race theory, anti-Black racism, punishment and misogynoir, critical feminist criminology, community-based ethnography, prison health, equity as social praxis, and abolition and activism.

These circle sessions will be held via Zoom on four Fridays: Jan. 22, Feb. 26, March 19, and April 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. Find more information and online at www.uwindsor.ca/wgst/RadicalCollectiveCare.