Often times when we engage in conversations around racism, it's viewed from a binary lens - Whites racist towards Blacks; however, anti-Blackness is very pervasive in communities of colour, it shows up as prejudice, colourism and internalized racism. To work towards dismantling racism we have to address anti-Blackness that exists within POC communities, otherwise racism itself will never be eradicated. In this discussion, UTM's Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office in partnership with UTM's Connections & Conversations, will talk about anti-Blackness in communities of colour and discuss ways of standing in solidarity.
Please note, this event is intended for those who identify as Black, Indigenous & People of Colour (BIPOC). People of Colour refers to those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds such as: Asian, Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, multiracial, biracial, etc.
UTSC Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion OfficeOrganizer of Unpacking Anti-Black Sentiments in Communities of ColourThe University of Toronto Scarborough's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Office (EDIO) is a central resource for all UTSC community members (students, staff, and faculty) to provide training, programming, and engagement initiatives related to equity, access, discrimination, and harassment.
UTSC Connections & ConversationsOrganizer of Unpacking Anti-Black Sentiments in Communities of Colour
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