SOCIAL ISSUES READINGS
March 2021
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Pandemic Recovery: How Do We Build a More Equal Future for Women? 

On April 14, 6-7:30pm, the Women’s Centre will host a community chat exploring how - after the pandemic exposed and deepened inequalities in our society - we can ensure that in the future, wealth, work and care responsibilities are more fairly distributed, and that everyone can engage in society on more equitable and just terms. 

We will start by exploring some big ideas for systemic change that feminist and women’s organizations and experts from across Canada have been identifying over the last year, and then break into groups to hear your experiences, ideas and hopes. 

This event will set the Women’s Centre on a path of developing proposals that best reflect the recovery needs of our community. 

For more details and to register, please visit our website
Indigenous Issues 
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Other Women's Centre Events
Indigenous Feminism: On Tuesday, April 27, 6:00 -7:30 P.M., Arlana Redsky and S.A Lawrence will lead a discussion and Q& A on Indigenous Feminism: Indigenous women’s philosophical way of life, how we reclaim our healing, connection to the creator, connection to the land and to one another. 

Arlana Bennett (Redsky) is Anishinaabe and a member of the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation in northwestern Ontario and a Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Native Studies at the UoA.

S.A. Lawrence-Welch (She/ Her/Hers |They/Them/Theirs), néhiyaw & Michif (Métis) with German ancestry, is an Indigenous advocate, organizer, speaker, activist, artist & writer. 
 
For full speaker bios and to register for this event please visit our website.
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