Community Organizing: Intergenerational, Intercommunity, & Intersectional Dialogue in Practice

  • When: Fri. April 29, 2022 @ 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM (PT)
  • Where: Virtual (Zoom link TBA)
  • RSVP: See form below (Registration required)

 

Join the ACAM Dialogues for a panel discussion on “Community Organizing: Intergenerational, Intercommunity, and Intersectional Dialogue in Practice.” This panel features speakers from multiple community organizations across the Lower Mainland. Speakers will reflect on their own experiences with organizing and activism, what they’ve learned along the way, and the challenges and opportunities related to their community work. The event will feature a facilitated discussion with the panellists, followed by a moderated Q&A session.

This is panel will take place virtually, on Zoom. A link to the event will be sent to registrants shortly before the day of.

This event is part of the ACAM Dialogues: Building Anti-Racism on Campus project. For more about the ACAM Dialogues, visit our website.

Speakers:

Schedule of events:

  • 11am – 12pm: Facilitated panel discussion
  • 12pm – 12:30pm: Moderated Q&A with audience

 

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*** Accessibility ***

  • This event will take place on Zoom, a video conferencing and  platform. No Zoom account or app is required to access the event, but participants will need access to a device with a working internet connection and web browser OR a phoning capabilities to join the call via browser or dial-in.
  • There are currently no ASL interpreters booked for this event. Automatic live text captioning will be turned on.
  • This event requires a working WiFi connection and may not be suitable for those with EMS (electromagnetic sensitivity).

*** Safety & Privacy ***

  • This event will not be recorded. Volunteers will be taking notes about overarching themes from the event, but will not share identifying details without consent.
  • We ask participants to respect others’ privacy by refraining from recording any part of the event (e.g. via video, screen record, photography, screen captures, etc) unless consent is requested and expressly given.
  • The Q&A period will be moderated by facilitators.

* If you have questions or accessibility needs not listed here, please contact acam.events@ubc.ca by Mon. April 25th. *

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