Diversity and Inclusion Talk with CUREA

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Registration for this event will close on May 26, 2021 @ 6:00pm.
There are 20 seats remaining.

Program Description


Join us for a Diversity and Inclusion virtual talk at the Cornwall Public library! This is the second talk in our Diversity and Inclusion Talks with CUREA. To see the first talk please visit https://youtu.be/96gryo-xAq8

This discussion will cover important topics such as:

1.       Biases

2.       Microaggressions

3.       How to respond in relation to incidents of racial discrimination or prejudice

The talk will be given by Stacey Ottley, the Co-Founder and president of the Coalition for Unity, Respect, Equity/Equality for All (CUREA). She has always been passionate about diversity and inclusion and has been active in the social justice scene since 2015. Stacey obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Concordia University in Montréal, and her master’s degree in Sociology at the University of Windsor.

CUREA is a racial justice and educational organization. Their goal is to advance public education, awareness and prevention of racial injustice and systemic racism. They wish to provide a forum for the discussion of issues pertaining to equity, diversity and inclusion for all.

The program will be held over Zoom, which you can download for free here. Zoom is a virtual platform that allows groups of people to meet online. It can be used on any device.

Please register here, and we will send you a link at least 24 hours before the event.

We look forward to seeing you then!


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