Movements for Black Lives

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From #BlackLivesMatter to the movements that are building Black focused schools, institutions, cultural spaces and media. This session will include activists and scholars connected to the edited volume, Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada. Together, the dynamics that underpin and surround Black led movements (past and present) will be considered and explored.

Panelists and Volume Contributors:

Paige Galette, Activist, community organizer and a columnist for Francopresse

Dana Inkster, Filmmaker and artist

Syrus Marcus Ware, Artist and activist, Black Lives Matter Toronto

Ravyn Wngz, Co-founder of ILL NANA/Diverse City Dance Company, founder of O.V.A. Collective and member of BLM Toronto steering committee

Organizer: Lesley J. Wood, York University

Co-sponsored by the Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster

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