Real people, relevant and engaging conversations. Becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Join us in conversation that seeks to share wellness tips for racialized students, staff, faculty and librarians. The focus will highlight experiences of Black, Indigenous and racialized communities.
If you require an accommodation to join this virtual session, please contact UTM's Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office at [email protected].*
The purpose of Anti-O Convos (short for, Anti-Oppression Conversations) is to create braver spaces to engage in conversations that explore current events and popular trends in social media, while unmasking misconceptions about various groups/communities/people.
Anti-O Convos aims to normalize conversations around anti-oppression in a respectful way, encouraging participants to share their perspectives and ideas, going beyond the surface level approach. Our hope through this initiative is to bridge current gaps between our diverse communities through dialogues of understanding and respect, and to create more inclusive and sustainable learning environments for students and the broader community.
Presented in Partnership with the UTM Equity Diversity and Inclusion Office and Hart House.
Presented by the UTM Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Office and U of T Hart House