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  • Tuesday, January 27, 2015 – Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

    Zine Making Workshop Series presented by: Community Action Centre of The Student Association of Geor

    George Brown College St. James Campus, Toronto , ON

    Zine Making Workshop Series presented by: Community Action Centre of The Student Association of George Brown College! READ MORE

    Join in the Spirit of DIY/DIT (do-it-yourself/do-it-together)! Experiment with your creativity and voice. No experience necessary. Supplies provided. Vegan snacks. Free. Open to all. READ MORE

    Winter Dates & Themes: READ MORE

    Tuesday January 27│2-4 p.m.│George Brown College St James Campus│ 200 King Street East │RM 165B Gender Based Violence facilitated by Clementine Morrigan READ MORE

    Clementine Morrigan is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, essayist and community organizer. Her first book, Rupture, was published in 2012. She produced a short film entitled Resurrection in 2013. She writes a zine called seawitch and also works on other zine projects. Her writing and art explore gendered violence, child abuse, trauma, psychiatrization, art as a tool of empowerment, addiction / alcoholism, recovery, intoxication culture, sobriety, queerness, femme, sex work and spirituality, among other things. She hopes that her work will function as an invitation, encouraging others to tell their own stories. http://clementinemorrigan.com/ READ MORE

    Tuesday February 24│2-4 p.m.│George Brown College St James Campus│ 200 King Street East │RM 165B Race, Racialization & Anti-racism facilitated by: TBA READ MORE

    Tuesday March 31│2-4 p.m.│George Brown College St James Campus│ 200 King Street East │RM 165B Worker’s Rights/ Disability facilitated by: TBA READ MORE

    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/341329389393207/ READ MORE

    Accessible entrances information: READ MORE

    When you enter through the main entrance (at 200 King Street) keep walking straight and there is a ramp located at the far end of the lobby. It will lead you to student services area where there is an accessible elevator. You can take the elevator to the ground floor where the CAC is located (165B). READ MORE

    ASL available upon request READ MORE

    For all other accommodation please contact Siva-Jeevini by Janurary 21st. READ MORE

    For more information: READ MORE

    Siva-Jeevini Sivarajah Community Action Centre Assistant Student Association at George Brown College cacassistant@sagbc.ca (416) 415-5000 ext * 4273 facebook.com/communitycentreGBC http://sacommunity.tumblr.com/ READ MORE

    What is the Community Action Centre? READ MORE

    The Community Action Centre (CAC) is a place for George Brown College students who care about social justice to gather together and support each other, share ideas, socialize, build community, and raise awareness of issues within their communities. READ MORE

    LOCATIONS READ MORE

    St. James Campus 200 King Street East, Room 165B READ MORE

    Casa Loma Campus 142 Kendal Avenue, Room E130 READ MORE

  • Sunday, March 1, 2015 – Sunday, April 26th, 2015

    Girls’ Art League Portfolio Development For Teenage Girls (14 - 17 years old)

    Girls’ Art League, Toronto, ON

    This course will help teenage girls develop portfolio pieces for their AP Art high school placements, or for their applications to visual arts related programs. READ MORE

  • Sunday, March 1, 2015 – Sunday, April 26th, 2015

    Girls’ Art League Girls’ Art Day (10 - 13 years old)

    Girls’ Art League, Toronto, ON

    Girls’ Art Day is a fun way for girls to explore a variety of art-making techniques while being exposed to a number of successful female artists and role-models. We will playfully examine drawing, painting, colour, sculpture, print-making, comics, and self-publishing, among other media. READ MORE

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015

    IWD Event: Empire of Dirt Film Screening + Discussion

    William Doo Auditorium, Toronto, ON

    The Equity Studies Student Union Presents Empire of Dirt Film Screening + Discussion with Cara Gee and Lee Maracle READ MORE

    An International Women’s Day Event READ MORE

    Doors Open at 6:00PM Film begins promptly at 6:30PM Post-film discussion at 8:00PM READ MORE

  • Thursday, March 12, 2015

    “Tongue-Tied”: Theorizing at the Intersections of Bilingual Education, Deaf Studies, and Disability

    Main floor, OISE Library, Toronto, ON

    As apart of the Equity Studies Student Union’s Disability Studies Week series, we are proud to co-present with the OISE Centre for Media and Cultural Education: “Tongue Tied”, a public lecture by Dr. Nirmala Erevelles. READ MORE

  • Thursday, March 19, 2015

    Solidarity Across Borders: Campesino Resistance in the Dominican Republic

    William Doo Auditorium, Toronto, ON

    The Equity Studies Student Union Presents Solidarity Across Borders: Campesino Resistance in the Dominican Republic READ MORE

    We’re very excited to announce a special event happening in March with our friends from Dominican organization La Federación de Campesinos Hacia El Progreso. This event presents a “first” for the ESSU, as it will be our first bilingual event – our panelists will be speaking in Spanish, and their words will be translated to English in real-time by student translators. Please pre-register now to let us know if you will require English translation services! http://uoftessu.ticketleap.com/solidarity/ READ MORE