TD presents African Heritage Month at Halifax Public Libraries
A discussion of how employers and unions perpetuate anti-Black racism and systemic discrimination, and how people fight back.
The forum will examine the Black class action lawsuit recently filed against the federal public service for decades of systemic discrimination, and will shed light on current research into the path-breaking 1990s case (documented in the Lynn Jones Heritage Collection) against intersecting grounds of discrimination in the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), which are unresolved into the present.
What you can expect
You can participate with video and/or microphone on, or sit back and watch. Stay for the Q&A.
How to attend
Register 1 attendee per participant. You will be emailed an invitation link to Zoom and instructions on the day of the event.
Tech Requirements: All devices are accepted.
New to Zoom? No problem. Instructions will be emailed to you, and we’ll be there to guide you.
Registration ends at 4:00 PM on April 27. The registration link will be sent shortly after 4:00 PM. Latecomers can also email email@example.com for the Zoom link.
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