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    June 01, 2021
    Happy Pride Month from the Department of Social Justice Education
    In solidarity with LBGTQ2S+ communities, the Department of Social Justice Education, would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Pride month. The Department of Social Justice Education supports anti-discriminatory and inclusive frameworks for all LBGTQ2S+ peoples and actively seeks ways to challenge systemic oppression from the classroom to the streets.
    Looking for some uplifting social justice and celebratory oriented Pride activities? Visit for a list of online events and resources.
    Happy Pride!
    The Department of Social Justice Education
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    June 01, 2021
    Dismantling Anti-Black Racism in Schools Panel - June 1st
    June 1st at 5pm: Join SJE profs. George Dei & Njoki Wane for a panel at the launch of TDSB's Centre of Excellence for Black Student Achievement - to address and dismantle anti-Black racism in schools and improve the Black student experience. Register at:
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    March 17, 2021
    Website Launch: Centre for Global Disability Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough
    The Centre for Global Disability Studies (CGDS) is a new research centre established in 2020 and housed at University of Toronto Scarborough. CGDS serves a catalyst to bring together faculty members, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and others conducting anti-ableist, intersectional, and interdisciplinary social science and humanities disability studies research from across all three University of Toronto (UofT) campuses and broader community. CGDS supports transdisciplinary research in disability studies and promotes a transnational, anticolonial approach to advancing the field of disability studies, with a strong commitment to interdependence, accessibility, and disability justice. Seeking to improve the campus climate for researchers and audiences with disabilities across UofT, CGDS aspires to foster critical conversations that advance other ways of thinking about disability.
    To learn more about CGDS, visit:
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    February 22, 2021
    Virtual Master of Education Open House - March 6, 2021
    Are you interested in earning a Master of Education degree from OISE at the University of Toronto? Join us on March 6 for our Master of Education open house from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to learn more about our unique Master of Education programs, career prospects post-graduation, and meet with program and admissions representatives.
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    February 11, 2021
    COVID Update: All Social Justice Education courses will be offered online
    As a result of COVID, all courses available during Summer 2021 will be offered online.
    Important Dates:
    Monday, March 15, 2021: Summer Session 2021 course offerings and selection information available this week.
    Wednesday, March 24, 2021: Summer 2021 Course selection begins at 6am Toronto Time.
    For more information or updates, visit:
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    February 10, 2021
    Difficulties navigating COVID? Check out our COVID Student Resource Guide!
    The Social Justice Education COVID Student Resource Guide offers a variety of services accessible within the Greater Toronto Area
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    February 08, 2021
    Social Justice Education Celebrates African Scholars Award Winner: Tshweu Moleme!
    'Exceptional role models': African Scholars Awards recognize contributions to university and society