Event: Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations: Intersectionality and Social Inclusion
Are you interested in learning how to practice social inclusion through an intersectional lens?
Recently, we’ve been hearing a lot of discussion about the unique types of oppression faced by individuals with overlapping identities, like race, gender, and class. Intersectionality, a term coined by Kimberle Crenshaw, can be used to describe how overlapping identities intersect in to produce different experiences and degrees of oppression.
Join CFRAC in a roundtable conversation with Sam Singh, Shift Lab, and Sogand Zakerhaghighi about the importance of intersectionality and social inclusion and how we can use it to address discrimination and to take action in our everyday life.
This project is funded by the Edmonton Community Foundation.