Jane Ku

sociology professor Jane Ku and research assistantsMembers of the Faces of Racism project team, including sociology professor Jane Ku and research assistants, invite African, Caribbean, and Black women and allies to a community forum Saturday.

Forum to introduce research project to community

UWindsor researchers are teaming up with African, Caribbean, and Black community partners to document and understand how Black women in Windsor-Essex encounter racism in their everyday lives.
EDID wekk graphicToday’s EDID Week activities include discussions of accessible educational content, Asian heritage, and eliminating racial discrimination.

Sessions to explore accessibility, diversity, racial equity

Today’s EDID Week activities include discussions of accessible educational content, Asian heritage, and eliminating racial discrimination.

Naved BakaliEducation professor Naved Bakali will open EDID Week with a March 20 presentation entitled “Understanding Islamophobia, Coloniality, and the War on Terror.”

Discussions of Islamophobia and anti-Semitism to open EDID Week

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization (EDID) Week begins Monday with discussions of Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
Anne ForrestWomen’s and Gender Studies honours retiring professor Anne Forrest for her years of service to the program and to the University of Windsor.

Retiring professor praised for leadership and impact

Women’s and Gender Studies honours retiring professor Anne Forrest for her years of service to the program and to the University of Windsor.