On CBC’s The Current this morning doctoral students Huda Hassan (University of Toronot) and Sam Tecle (York University) and Professor Malinda Smith (University of Alberta) gave excellent interviews about the experiences of Black scholars and the persistent, pervasive racialized inequity in Canadian universities. Please read the article and listen to the full segment here: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-january-16-2017-1.3934687/black-phd-students-call-out-racism-in-canadian-academia-1.3934776 … [Read more…]
From June 10th to 12th, 2016 C-Uni-T hosted a Black community retreat in the Eastern Townships! We had a wonderful time (take that rain and chilly weather!), welcomed new members to our collective and made plans for some more summer fun and the upcoming 2016-2017 year! …And watch Lola enjoying herself here: Lola-at-retreat-2016
As of this month C-Uni-T is a working group of QPIRG-Concordia! We would like to extend much thanks to QPIRG-Concordia for their support and look forward to working together. The Quebec Public Interest Research Group at Concordia is a resource centre for student and community research and organizing. We strive to raise awareness and support … [Read more…]
Street Photographer Jamel Shabazz’s lecture at McGill University, Pieces of A Man, last Thursday, October 9 was a refreshing and inspiring talk on his personal journey as an artist. He was real, simple and personable. Jamel focused his presentation on the social and political climate of the 60s as well as his own family background … [Read more…]
Community-University Talks has been busy planning our activities and events for the upcoming year and are excited to have recently been granted status as a QPIRG McGill working group for our third consecutive year! THANK YOU QPIRG McGill! Our plans for this year include more speaker events and panel presentations, our fourth annual Talk Forum … [Read more…]
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