Events

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate and recognize women – and call for progress. Explore stories of women’s leadership and discover ways you can engage with IWD.

Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month

February is Black History Month. Discover events and other ways to celebrate and learn about Black history, achievement, and excellence.

New Black Artistic Expression in BC Series Celebrates Black Lives, Activism and Culture

New Black Artistic Expression in BC Series Celebrates Black Lives, Activism and Culture

New Black Artistic Expressions in BC four-part virtual series is about joy and resilience, fun, and activism that bears witness to what it means to be Black in BC.

Provost’s Distinguished Lecture Series – Dr. Arig al Shaibah

Provost’s Distinguished Lecture Series – Dr. Arig al Shaibah

Dr. al Shaibah, a self-identified racialized woman administrator, academic, and practitioner, summarizes some of the challenges and opportunities in advancing EDI in the academy, augmenting knowledge with lessons learned from lived experiences and leadership practices.

IGNITE! Book Club – Annahid Dashtgard, March 12 2020

IGNITE! Book Club – Annahid Dashtgard, March 12 2020

Dashtgard will share insights into her works and finding joy amidst her experience of living as a racialized individual, author, and academic.

IBPOC Staff & Faculty Lunch: Important Conversations

IBPOC Staff & Faculty Lunch: Important Conversations

Looking to join and build a community for IBPOC staff and faculty? Join us for IBPOC Connections lunch – a social gathering for faculty and staff who self-identify as Indigenous, Black or as a Person of Colour (IBPOC).

BIPOC Connections: Staff and Faculty Lunch

BIPOC Connections: Staff and Faculty Lunch

Looking to join and build a community for BIPOC staff and faculty? Join us for the inaugural BIPOC Connections lunch – a social gathering for faculty and staff who self-identify as Black, Indigenous or as a Person of Colour (BIPOC).