Friday, March 18, 2022 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

The dynamics of power which formulate the roots of higher education impact racialized and Indigenous staff, students, and faculty in distinctive ways. Often considered at odds with one another, this session explores the synergies and connections between anti-racism, intersectionality, decolonial frameworks and approaches to EDI and anti-Indigenous action planning and structural change.

This session aims to:

- Deepen understanding of the concepts of intersectionality, anti-racism and decolonial theory.
Discuss the connections between anti-racism, intersectional, and decolonial approaches to systemic change in educational environments.
- Discuss the role of post-secondary institutions/environments in advancing anti-racism and anti-Indigenous racism systems change.

Speakers: Dr. Rosalind Hampton and Jennifer Sylvester