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UWindsor committee to host third annual RealTalk symposium

The University of Windsor’s Making-it-Awkward Committee is hosting its third annual symposium, “Real Talk: A Discussion of Systemic Oppression Faced by Racial Minorities,” on Friday, March 22, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the School of Social Work, in Windsor Hall at 167 Ferry St.

lightbulb with marijuana leaf filamentA panel will explore the possible impacts that the legalization of cannabis will have on Canadian lives, Wednesday, March 20, at Windsor Law.

Panel to discuss legal impact of cannabis

A panel will explore the possible impacts that the legalization of cannabis will have on Canadian lives, Wednesday, March 20, at Windsor Law.

Michael BryantMichael Bryant, executive director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and former Attorney-General of Ontario, will deliver the 2019 Access to Justice Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, March 21.

State of Canadian justice system subject of lecture

Former Ontario Attorney-General Michael Bryant will deliver the 2019 Access to Justice Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, March 21.

Jet bomberTargeted Killings and International Humanitarian Law are the subject of a conference March 26 hosted by Windsor Law and the Canadian Red Cross.

Windsor Law to partner with Canadian Red Cross for conference

Windsor Law will partner with the Canadian Red Cross to address international humanitarian law.

young girl peering through windowA panel will discuss “Access without Fear” policies implemented in sanctuary cities to protect undocumented immigrants, next week at Windsor Law.

Panel to discuss sanctuary for refugees

A panel will discuss “Access without Fear” policies implemented in sanctuary cities to protect undocumented immigrants, next week at Windsor Law.