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FIGHTING FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS – JULY 13TH – NOON-1PM CT

On July 13th from noon-1pm CT, the Centre for Human Rights Research at the University of Manitoba is hosting an informative, webinar roundtable discussion “Fighting for Reproductive Rights in 2022.”  Bringing together a variety of scholars and advocates – and those who identify as both: Karen Sharma, Nahanni Fontaine,  Kemlin Nembhard, Dr.

Upcoming Events

Aug
10
Wed
all-day BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
Aug 10 all-day
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Walking Tour 2022 @ Various locations (see below)
About the walking tour: One of the primary objectives of the BRAID Network for Health Educators is to support anti-racist education in correspondence with Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Winnipeg, a vibrant and multicultural city, has been the site of Indigenous-specific racism and ongoing colonialism; yet, there areRead More →
Aug
11
Thu
9:30 am The Foot Soldiers of White Supre... @ Virtual Event
The Foot Soldiers of White Supre... @ Virtual Event
Aug 11 @ 9:30 am – 10:00 am
The Foot Soldiers of White Supremacy @ Virtual Event
Five years ago, white supremacists marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, to protest the removal of Confederate statues. Their flaming torches, racist and anti-Jewish slogans, and threats of violence stunned many Americans. A day later, one counter-protester was killed and others were injured. Since then, self-proclaimed neo-Nazis have drawn new recruits withRead More →
Aug
17
Wed
all-day BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
Aug 17 all-day
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Walking Tour 2022 @ Various locations (see below)
About the walking tour: One of the primary objectives of the BRAID Network for Health Educators is to support anti-racist education in correspondence with Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Winnipeg, a vibrant and multicultural city, has been the site of Indigenous-specific racism and ongoing colonialism; yet, there areRead More →
Aug
23
Tue
6:00 pm Stories of Decolonization: (De)c... @ Virtual Event
Stories of Decolonization: (De)c... @ Virtual Event
Aug 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Stories of Decolonization: (De)colonial Relations Online Film Premiere @ Virtual Event
How can our relationships offer opportunities for decolonial futures? Join us for the online premiere of the second film in the Stories of Decolonization Documentary Film Project. This film offers personal stories & insights to illuminate pathways toward solidarity, deeper relationally, and decolonization. The schedule is as follows: 6:00PM WelcomeRead More →
Aug
24
Wed
all-day BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
Aug 24 all-day
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Walking Tour 2022 @ Various locations (see below)
About the walking tour: One of the primary objectives of the BRAID Network for Health Educators is to support anti-racist education in correspondence with Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Winnipeg, a vibrant and multicultural city, has been the site of Indigenous-specific racism and ongoing colonialism; yet, there areRead More →
all-day Summer Institute – Teaching and ... @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
Summer Institute – Teaching and ... @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
Aug 24 all-day
Summer Institute - Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust & Antisemitism @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
This two-day institute will consider why, what, and how to teach about the Holocaust (Shoah) and antisemitism now and in the future. About this event The two-day summer Insitute will feature Jody Spiegel, Director of the Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program, and Marc-Olivier Cloutier, the Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program Manager ofRead More →
Aug
25
Thu
all-day Summer Institute – Teaching and ... @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
Summer Institute – Teaching and ... @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
Aug 25 all-day
Summer Institute - Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust & Antisemitism @ Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
This two-day institute will consider why, what, and how to teach about the Holocaust (Shoah) and antisemitism now and in the future. About this event The two-day summer Insitute will feature Jody Spiegel, Director of the Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program, and Marc-Olivier Cloutier, the Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program Manager ofRead More →
Aug
31
Wed
all-day BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
Aug 31 all-day
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Walking Tour 2022 @ Various locations (see below)
About the walking tour: One of the primary objectives of the BRAID Network for Health Educators is to support anti-racist education in correspondence with Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Winnipeg, a vibrant and multicultural city, has been the site of Indigenous-specific racism and ongoing colonialism; yet, there areRead More →
12:00 pm Besieged Voices from Ukraine @ Virtual Event
Besieged Voices from Ukraine @ Virtual Event
Aug 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Besieged Voices from Ukraine @ Virtual Event
Please join us on August 31, 12-1:00 PM (EDT) for a conversation about current events in Ukraine with journalist Maria Avdeeva, public historian Sasha Nazar, and author Serhiy Zhadan. An international security expert, Maria Avdeeva has reported tirelessly from cities under siege since the Russian invasion. Public historian and grassrootsRead More →
Sep
7
Wed
all-day BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Wa... @ Various locations (see below)
Sep 7 all-day
BRAID Self-Guided Anti-Racism Walking Tour 2022 @ Various locations (see below)
About the walking tour: One of the primary objectives of the BRAID Network for Health Educators is to support anti-racist education in correspondence with Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing. Winnipeg, a vibrant and multicultural city, has been the site of Indigenous-specific racism and ongoing colonialism; yet, there areRead More →

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