Tune into a live conversation about race and racism in Canadian post-secondary education and beyond.
In this can't-miss introduction to Don't Call Me Resilient, a new podcast about race from The Conversation, Dr. Annette Trimbee, MacEwan University's president and vice-chancellor, and host Vinita Srivastava discuss the tough issues surrounding race and anti-racism.
In this special live conversation inspired by Don't Call Me Resilient, Dr. Trimbee and Srivastava will share knowledge and explore the topic of equity, diversity and inclusion.
This is a can't-miss opportunity for MacEwan students, staff and faculty, and is open to everyone.
About Dr. Annette Trimbee
Dr. Trimbee brings to MacEwan a wealth of experience and knowledge as a leader in both the post-secondary and the public sector. In addition to being an accomplished academic, she has spent nearly 30 years building a distinguished career with the Government of Alberta. She is a chair of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, a partnership of Canadian universities dedicated to expanding digital content for the academic research and teaching enterprise in Canada; is on the Board of Directors for The Conversation Canada; and has served as the chair of the City of Edmonton's Community Safety and Well-Being Task Force.
About Vinita Srivastava
Vinita Srivastava is a journalist, educator and media innovator with experience in South Asia, South Africa and North America. She has reported and edited for the New York Times Magazine, VIBE, the Village Voice and Savoy. She co-hosted the Asia Pacific Forum at WBAI radio and Masala Mixx at CKLN for over a decade. She has taught media for NGOs in Canada, the U.S. and Rwanda and at the Ryerson School of Journalism as a professor of journalism.
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