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The Journey: Black Leadership Navigating Institutional Spaces

Join ARCDO and Hart House for a film screening and discussion centered on Black women in leadership navigating institutional spaces.

Black History Month
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Join ARCDO and Hart House for a film screening and discussion centered on Black women in leadership navigating institutional spaces. Navigating the realities of anti-Black racism within varying intersectionalities calls for Black leaders to engage a level of hope, determination and strength within their professional journeys.

Let us come together to engage this critically important dialogue with one of Canada’s most prominent and revered champions of equality and inclusion for Black community, Hon. Dr. Jean Augustine.


Format: Hybrid – This event will be hosted in person and livestreamed.
Location: The Great Hall, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle
Audience: Faculty, staff, students, and external community.
Cost: Free


Have questions about this event?

Contact Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office at antiracism@utoronto.ca

Photo of Eddie Lartey.

This event is part of

Black History Month 

Join us in celebrating the change makers of African descent who shaped the fabric of Canadian society and beyond this Black History Month.

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