University of Lethbridge celebrates Black History Month 2022

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In November 2021, the University of Lethbridge, along with 40 universities across Canada, signed the Scarborough Charter, which represents an ongoing commitment to eliminating Anti-Black racism and advancing Black Inclusion within Canadian post-secondary institutions.

This year's celebration marks another key step in creating spaces for conversation to talk about the numerous achievements and contributions by Black people not only in Canada but around the world.

At the opening ceremony, Dr. Sandra Dixon will be sharing her story as a Black scholar who navigates an intersecting identity focusing on the importance of creating brave spaces for conversation. For this Black History Month and beyond, let's take the time to learn about the cultural richness, numerous contributions, and history of the Black community.

Please use the following link to attend the event: 

Passcode: 124519

(The link will be activated on the day of the event)

For a full look at the University's Black History Month events, visit the web page.

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