Disability, Madness and Sexual Violence: An Anti-Colonial BIPOC Discussion

Please join us for a discussion on sexual violence, disability, and madness as BIPOC students and the barriers we face from in the university. We will talk about the challenges of working through the colonial and settler colonial practices that structure university classroom, bureaucracy and “best practices”. What are the gaps we fall through as disabled and mad BIPOC survivors as a consequence of disabling university practices? From potentially losing housing, to being required to constantly advocate for ourselves at the risk of being pushed out of the university if we don’t. We want to create and hold a space to start a dialogue on our struggles as BIPOC student survivors.Please note that this session is only for self-identified Black and Indigenous People, and People of Colour (BIPOC)Date: Friday September 25, 2015Time: 12:15p.m.-1:15p.m.Location: Health Sciences Building, 155 College Street, Room 108

Wheelchair accessible. Accessible and gender-neutral washroom located on the same floor as event room.

Please note that this will be a scent-free space.

This session will be a part of the Ryled Up Counter Conference.

For more information and a schedule of events please visit the Ryled Up Conference Facebook page at the link below


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