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December 6th: National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

The Centre for Media and Culture and Educaiton and Department of Social Justice Educaiton at OISE organized and supported a round table and open community microphone event to mark December 6th: National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. E rigorous and important discussions brought togetehr front line workers, counselors and educators working with survivors of violence and its prevention, and student and faculty activists who debated the contexts, histories and race/class/gender/sexuality/place/nationality intersectionality of violence in educational and other spaces and how we respond to it. The event ended with a dance performance dedicated to survivors of gendered, sexed and raced violence by Aisha Nicholson (KasheDance). Aisha’s memorable and deeply moving performance is available for viewing below!

The CMCE wishes to thank Sein Kipusi and Maral Karimi (co-coordinators of the center) for their invaluable support in organizing the event. We also extend our gratitude to the panelists and guests who participated in the event. The panel included: Arezoo Najibzadeh, VP Internal, Continuing Education Students’ Association of Ryerson Nadine Sookermany, Springtide Resources, Toronto Brieanne Berry Crossfield, University of Toronto Graduate Students Union Connie Guberman, Women and Gender Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough Jacqueline Benn-John, Department Social Justice Education, OISE/University of Toronto Megan Scribe, Department Social Justice Education, OISE/ University of Toronto Tanya (Toni) De Mello, Director, Human Rights Services, Ryerson University Moderator: Miglena Todorova, Faculty member, Department Social Justice Education and Director of CMCE at OISE​.

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