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Dr. Agnes Calliste Black Student Voices Circle

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February11
Thursday, 11 February, 2021 - 7:00 PM
St.F.X. Facebook Livestream
Cost: 
Free-Online
Organized By: St.F.X. Department of Sociology

Dr. Agnes Calliste Black Student Voices Circle Feb. 11th 7-8:30pm AST “Liberation, Agitation and Collective Resistance”
DeRico Symonds

Join us on Thursday, Feb. 11th for the inaugural Dr. Agnes Calliste Black Student Voices Circle chaired by Sociology Student, McKenna Centre Racial Justice Leadership Grant recipient and community activist Tara Reddick. Mr.
DeRico Symonds, a community leader in social justice issues from Halifax, Nova Scotia will deliver a public keynote address titled, “Liberation, Agitation and Collective Resistance”. The keynote will guide a conversation on racial justice and resilience in university communities with a panel of African Nova Scotian and Black university students: Tara Reddick, Henderson Cartwright, Rebecca Mesay, Marcel Desmond and Jermal Mansfield, with closing remarks by Dr. Wendy Mackey, Assistant Professor, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and Leadership, Education, St.F.X.

 

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