Special session of Women In Leadership responds to anti-racism protests

As citizens across the U.S., Canada and beyond mobilize to protest anti-Black, anti-Indigenous and other forms of systemic racism, the need for widespread support of anti-racism initiatives is more critical than ever.

Anti-racism advisor Kattawe Henry in the Office of Human Rights and Equity will present at a special Women In Leadership session Wednesday, June 24. Issues to be explored may include recognizing racism, strategies for anti-racist leadership, who should lead/support change and how informal leadership can challenge injustices.

Women In Leadership aims to support women in formal and informal leadership positions and encourage the next generation of potential women leaders.

When: Wednesday, June 24 from 1 to 2 p.m.
Where: Via Microsoft Teams. Click here for details and instructions to join.
Who: All women and allies are welcome.

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