The impact of the rising hate and white nationalism on the health and wellbeing of our communities.
Research on the impact of discrimination, marginalization and exclusion as Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). What are the unique issues and perspectives?
What are the ways in which we rise up, resist and build resilience? What does self-care look like and what strategies can we share?
What is the responsibility of our elected leaders, public institutions and organizations in opposing fascist rhetoric and intervening to stop the spread of hate in our city?
- Berkha Gupta, executive director of LGBT Youthline focused on increasing services/programming for LGBTQ people, especially youth and people of colour
- Sol Mamakwa, Co-chair of the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre and lead health advisor for the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation
- Karen Mock, human rights consultant, former executive director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, and president of JSpace Canada
- Siham Rayale, scholar, researcher, anti-racism educator, and former coordinator of UARR Roots Project engaging Tamil and Somali Youth
- Anjum Sultana, health equity advocate, founder of Racial Health Equity Network and Manager of Policy & Strategic Communications at YWCA Canada
- Moderated by Bernie Farber, writer, commentator and chair of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network
- Performance by the Reaching Intelligent Souls Everywhere (RISE)
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