Taq Kaur Bhandal is a Ph.D. candidate at UBC, and works with theories & practices of intersectionality and anti-racism. She is part of the Mahwari Research Institute team, an independent think tank studying pleasurable living, pelvic health, and periods.
She’ll be speaking on:
Topic: Anti-racism Praxis in Canadian Health Education: Reflections and Directions
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm
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During this presentation participants will:
- Learn the definition of ‘race’ through the lens of social justice, so we can have a reference point for where to start unraveling threads.
- Take away 3 tips that can be used to braid anti-racism practice into health education classrooms and research.
- Practice one of the tips together through a group meditation to support stress release during the anti-racism paradigm shift.