Friday, March 13, 7pm
“Neither, Nor: How to Circumnavigate the Gender Binary in Seven Thousand Easy Steps”
Performing Arts Centre, Recital Hall
Visit the box office for more information and free tickets.
Thursday, Feb. 27th from 12-2pm, Pond Inlet
Today We Might Save a Life: Conversations about Racial Equity, Justice and the Canadian Healthcare System
Speaker: Notisha Massaquoi, Health Equity Consultant, former Executive Director, Women’s Health in Women’s Hands
There is clear evidence that disparities in access to health care and successful outcomes are strikingly different for racialized communities in Canada. There is a pressing need for us to name racism as a specific barrier for racialized communities in our health care system. Our ability to engage in a discussion of racism and racial equity in healthcare will not only ensure optimal service provision and quality care but the preservation of racialized lives.
Saturday, February 22, 5pm, downtown St. Catharines.
This 5 or 10km walk raises funds for Start Me Up Niagara, a local outreach centre that serves people who are experiencing life challenges such as homelessness, mental illness, addiction and unemployment.
Interested participants can learn more and join the Brock team on the Coldest Night of the Year website.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 | Posted by freimmer
Master of Arts in Social Justice and Equity Studies student Jonathan Brower will defend the thesis “That Power: Performing Power, Trauma, and Queer Religious Futurity” on Monday, Feb. 3rd at 12 noon in WH 147.
His examination committee includes Trent Newmeyer, Chair; Margot Francis, Women and Gender Studies, Supervisor; Beau Coleman, External Examiner (Co-Coordinator, MFA Directing Program Associate Professor Department of Drama University of Alberta); Mary-Beth Raddon, Graduate Program Director; and Dr. Susan Spearey (English Language and Literature – Brock University) and Dr. Brenda Anderson (Women’s and Gender Studies and Religious Studies, University of Regina), Committee Members.
Sunday, January 12, 2020 | Posted by mraddon
Sunday, January 12, 2020 | Posted by freimmer
Master of Arts in Social Justice and Equity Studies student Keely Grossman will defend the thesis “We Had More Eyes on Us Than the Boys”: Recollections of Girlhood at Residential Schools for the Blind” on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. in WH 147.
Her examination committee includes Rosemary Condillac, Chair; Jane Helleiner, Sociology, Supervisor; Michelle Owen, External Examiner (Professor and Program Coordinator for Disability Studies, University of Winnipeg); Mary-Beth Raddon, Graduate Program Director; and Shannon Moore and Lauren Corman, Committee Members
Tuesday, November 07, 2017 | Posted by Kate Book
2018 marks the forum’s 10th Anniversary!
The 10th Niagara Social Justice Forum was a success welcoming over 250 individuals to the Marilyn I Walker Fine and Performing Arts Centre for the February 3rd event The next one will be hosted in 2020. Stay tuned for upcoming details about that event.
Visit our webpage for more details.