Building a culture of authentic Black Inclusion: Virtual fireside chat: Why EDI and Antiracism work matters

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Why does Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and Anti-racist work matter in the post-secondary context?
There continues to be a growing debate and polarizing views about the impact of EDI within institutions.

This virtual fireside chat will explore and unpack the tenets and approaches to EDI and anti-racism work and its importance within academic spaces. This session will be facilitated by Martha Mathurin-Moe, ULethbridge Vice-Provost EDI, with guest speakers Jermaine Marshall of Queens University and Everett Igobwa of the University of Alberta.

BIO: Jermaine Marshall - Queen University

Jermaine Marshall (he/they) is a queer Jamaican-born social justice educator with a passion for enacting change through the fostering of young minds and the implementation of equity-based institutional reform. Jermaine holds a bachelor of law from the University of the West Indies, and a master’s in social justice and equity studies at Brock University, where he worked coordinating intercultural anti-racism and gender-based violence-prevention initiatives and campaigns.  

Jermaine currently works at Queen’s University as the Inclusion and Anti-Racism Advisor. In their spare time, they freelance as a queer vocalist and poet whose artistry seeks to create a vibrant soundscape that captures the contours of lived pain and joy within an oppressive society.

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