Countering Anti-Black Racism: Student Forum

February 25, 2021

In Fall 2020, MacEwan’s newly formed countering anti-Black racism advocacy group hosted a virtual community gathering that invited MacEwan students, faculty, staff and alumni to share experiences, ask questions, reflect on comments, or simply listen to the voices of those impacted by anti-Black racism. The gathering provided a space for reflection, but also to gather input in determining the areas of focus for the Advocacy Group. On February 25th, MacEwan and NorQuest students will join together and participate in a Black History Month forum that will continue this dialogue to demonstrate the ongoing relevance of anti-black racism matters, and provide tangible recommendations to their institutions that validate student concerns. This conversation will center on the voices of self-identified Black students as speakers, however, all are welcome to attend in the spirit of learning and support.

This event will be delivered via Zoom. Please register to attend. Presented in partnership with NorQuest College.


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Black History Month 2021 is a university-wide celebration that aims to raise awareness of the contributions made by Black Canadians to Canada’s culture and legacy, past and present. It also creates a space to reflect on the realities Black Canadians continue to face regarding racism and discrimination. All events are free to attend and open to the public, however, registration may be required.

Black History Month

Event Details

Date February 25, 2021
Start Time 5:00 p.m.
End Time 6:30 p.m.
Location Online
Event Type Conference/Seminar
Contact Person Justine Dogbe
Contact Phone 780-497-5817
Contact Email
Event Website Visit Site