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Decolonizing Our Minds: Creating a Space for Critical Thought
Saturday February 21, 10am -5pm
Wilson Hall Lounge, New College (40 Willcocks Street, 2nd Floor)
Education should be a practice of freedom; a practice that teaches us about the truths of society; a practice that enables us to think critically about societal structures and functions; a practice that enables us to creatively think of solutions to dismantle systemic
inequities, eliminate all forms of oppression and to collectively build alternative frameworks that focus on uniting the masses and taking political action.
Join the Equity Studies Students Union and the Caribbean Studies Students Union as we construct a unique forum where all can confront systemic discrimination within the institution, challenge the racist, sexist, and ableist policies built to regulate marginalized identities, and invent new ways of representing social justice initiatives. We, ESSU and CARSSU, call on the community to resist neocolonialism and the suppression of dissent in our attempts to decolonize our minds! Continue reading