Scholar Strike for Black Lives in Canada
1. Read full details about the Scholar Strike for Black Lives in Canada (https://scholarstrikecanada.ca/ ) 2. Attend the Teach-In “Co-Conspiring Against Carceral Systems” 2-3 pm Thursday Sept 10 with Presenters: Megan Scribe (Links to an external site.) (Ininiw iskwew), Acting Assistant Professor, Sociology, Ryerson University Eve Tuck (Links to an external site.) (Unangax̂), Associate Professor, Social Justice Education, OISE, University of Toronto Event Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_0GfdXNSJhhAsvwV0psWaw/live Or, if you cannot attend this teach-in, attend at least one other Scholar Strike event on Wednesday, Sept 9 or Thursday Sept. 10. (likely several of these will be recorded and available on Youtube. Please check the Scholars Strike website and YouTube channel if you miss the live streams). If you cannot attend one of these events, you may choose to watch or read and reflect on events in the US Scholar Strike, available here: https://www.scholarstrike.com/resources (Links to an external site.) 3. Write a short reflexive essay about the event you attended. Your reflexive essay must include the following: a. Your name b. Title of Event c. Names of Presenters d. Date and Time of Event e. A brief summary of the event and of the information and knowledges that were shared in this event. (About 150 words) f. A brief reflection about what you learned from this event, how it had an impact on your understanding of any of the following: race, racism, white supremacy, policing, prisons, carcerality, the university, education, Indigenous knowledges, Indigenous resistance, Black Resistance, anti-racist activism, social justice, anti-colonial resistance, anti-colonial education, anti-racist education. (About 150 words). Rubric – Up to 5 marks. To receive all 5 marks, students must include all components a-f, as well as demonstrate an engagement with the complexity of the ideas discussed in the event you attend. All of the above AND engages with the full complexity of ideas presented, writes in well-developed sentences and paragraphs with well-developed ideas and extends reflection to consider current or recent events in Canada or elsewhere. Students may reflect on their own experience, but the majority of this short reflection essay should be taken up with a reflection on what happened in the event itself!
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