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Pascale Diverlus, Chrys Saget-RichardPascale Diverlus and Chrys Saget-Richard will facilitate a conversation Jan. 18 addressing recent incidents of anti-Black racism on Canadian campuses.

Equity and Diversity Committee to host facilitated discussion on anti-Black racism

In light of recent incidents of anti-Black racism on Canadian campuses, the Equity and Diversity Committee at Windsor Law is hosting a facilitated discussion to challenge the root cause and reactions to these events. The virtual event will take place over Blackboard Collaborate at 12 noon on Monday, Jan. 18.

This discussion aims to address the ongoing anti-Black racism at the law school, specifically regarding the prevalence of tone policing Black students and centering whiteness in conversations of anti-Black racism. This conversation will be facilitated by Pascale Diverlus and Chris Saget-Richard.

This event is free and open to the campus community, but advance registration is required at attend.com/EDCEvent.

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