Hosted by the UBC Equity Ambassadors, Sex In All Languages – part of UBC’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month – is a student panel discussion and dialogue on sex and empowerment through cross-cultural perspectives.
Led by diversity and inclusion consultant, activist and writer Cicely Belle Blain, this workshop explores the colonial origins of anti-blackness and its pervasive presence in institutions and workplaces today.
As a partnership between UBC Equity and Inclusion Office and CTLT Indigenous Initiatives, this experiential workshop introduces participants to a tool for engaging controversial topics, should they choose to do so. The presentation will be followed by a conversation about if, how, and when we might use such a tool.
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).
Join Michelle Nahanee for a presentation on Sínulhkay and Ladders at the front lines of decolonization. Get in the game and sharpen your critical analysis of neo-colonial oppression in the workplace through game play and facilitated dialogue.