Monday, January 30, 2023 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

A reflective creative writing workshop and discussion space that explores community care, writing, and worldbuilding through a liberatory and decolonial lens. Through poetry, narrative, and discussion, participants will explore the importance of storytelling in the work of healing ourselves and our communities. A mix of short interactive and introspective writing activities will guide discussions on how we can dream up and embody futures that are centred in cultures of care. No prior experience needed to participate.

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Facilitator: Timaj Garad (she/her)

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Format: Virtual – Zoom Platform. Accessibility information for Zoom.
Audience: Students, staff, and faculty at the University of Toronto who identify as members of Muslim community.
Cost: Free

The Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office (ARCDO) collaborates with community partners to curate spaces of wellness, healing and critical dialogue to address the impacts of racial discrimination through restorative activities. These spaces are designed to support the intersectional racialized identities of students, staff, librarians and faculty at the University of Toronto.