Black History Month Speakers Series: Janaya Khan, Founder of #BlackLivesMatter Toronto

Last night, Sisterhood, The Tri-College Chapter of the NAACP, Enid Cook Center Committee, and The Pensby Center invited Janaya Khan, founder of #BlackLivesMatter Toronto and international ambassador for the #BlackLivesMatter Network to speak for the Black History Month Speaker Series.CaQNocrWIAAAKJA Continue reading

Mia Mingus Keynote for LGBTQIA+ Month

Mia Mingus, a writer, community educator and organizer working for disability justice and transformative justice, gave her keynotes titled “A Queer Love Like This” tonight in Thomas Great Hall. She is a queer physically disabled Korean woman transracial and transnational adoptee, born in Korea, raised in the Caribbean and the U.S. South, and now living in Northern California.


What does it mean to queer love? Not the shallow type of love sold to us, but the kind of love which propels people to risk their lives for other, the kind of love that is sacred, limitless, boundless, deep, timeless…

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