Join APIRG for a series of facilitated conversations exploring the role of the system of white supremacy in our communities and organizing.
The goal of the workshops will be to have spaces to discuss how we maintain, reinforce and resist the logics, values and practices of white supremacy. Our intent is to move beyond conversations to tangible and impactful practices that will not only change our communities but work towards changing the larger systems.
Doors at 6:00pm, Conversations start at 6:30pm
Location: Treaty Six Lands, University of Alberta North Campus, Room to be determined.
This event is free and open to the public.
The space is physically accessible
Bus tickets will be available at the event.
Childcare is available if you contact Saima (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, January 21.
Snacks will be provided
Directions here: http://www.campusmap.ualberta.ca/
APIRG is committed to making our events as accessible as possible. If you have an accessibility need we have not met, please be in contact with daley (email@example.com) and we will try our best to meet it.
APIRG is located on Indigenous Territories and explicitly acknowledges that as we work towards identifying, challenging, and addressing intersections of oppression, it is critical to confront the ongoing practices of colonization of indigenous peoples and the land on which we live.