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Navigating Institutions as a Black Individual Event

Exploring the Black Experience in Institutions: A Gathering for Empowerment

Come join us for a special event where we'll talk about what it's like to be Black in different institutions. We'll be meeting in person at 150 Dundas Street, London, ON, Canada, 2ND FLOOR.

Our aim is to create a safe space where we can have honest conversations about the ups and downs of being Black in places like schools, workplaces, and the arts. We want to share tips and tricks for dealing with challenges and celebrating our successes. This event is open to everyone, whether you're Black, from a racialized community, or an ally who wants to learn and support.

Recently, Canada launched the Black Justice Strategy and the Halifax Declaration. These initiatives highlight the rich history and experiences of Black communities. They also point out the need to make education more fair for everyone. We want to talk about what's working well in education and how we can make it even better, so everyone has a fair shot at success.

The event is a collaboration between several groups, including the DCE & Michaëlle Jean Foundation, Black Student Association (Western University), African Student Association (Western University), Black Youth Connect, and Sisters in Sync. Together, we're working to make positive changes in our communities.

The event will take place on February 27th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Don't miss out on this chance to connect with others, share your experiences, and learn from each other. Register now to secure your spot and be part of this important conversation. Let's empower each other and make a difference!

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