Racism at York: What is your experience?


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A town hall discussion organized by CUPE 3903

Monday, November 3
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
203 Founders College
Keele campus

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CUPE 3903 invites all members to join and support this important discussion about racism at York University. The town hall has two objectives:

1) To create a space for racialized members to share and discuss their experiences, with an emphasis on the institutional and systemic forms of racism at York; and

2) To strategize with members about the ways CUPE 3903 and its allies can challenge all forms of racism at York, including the possibility of launching a campus-wide task force on anti-racism.

This discussion will also address the intersections between racism and other forms of oppression, such as sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism.

All members are welcome to participate.

Moderated by:

  • Mohamed Banda: Vice-president Unit 2
  • Ayesha Jabbar: Vice-president Unit 3

Organized by: 

  • CUPE 3903 Anti-Racism Working Group