Canada is 150 years old this year. Should this be a time for celebration or for building a new kind of community? This year gives us time to pause and consider what our responsibilities are to one another in building a just and caring community.
Please join us for conversations guided through music and other artistic performances with Beth Murch, Bashar Jabbar, Eden Hennessey, and others. Potential performances could include music, spoken word, poetry, and other works that address issues such as the history of feminism and equity, reproductive justice, poverty, aging and social exclusion, ableism, fatphobia, racism, or decolonization.
This event is organized by faculty and students from the Women and Gender Studies Program at Wilfrid Laurier University, with financial support from the Student Life Levy.