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    ’ folks who stay on their ‘everything-north-of-Bloor is the wilderness’ shit).By submitting an inquiry,you agree to these terms of usage and limitations of warranty.In particular,you agree not to use this data to allow, enable, or otherwise make possible,dissemination or collection of this data, in part or in its entirety, for anypurpose, such as the transmission of unsolicited advertising andand solicitations of any kind, including spam.For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly. BHM 2017 SPEAK B(L)ACK - A Black History Month Spoken Word Show Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Kama La Mackerel, Artist in Residence of DISE, P. Favourite passages and poems will be shared and we will celebrate the writing of Black women. Butler books at the QPIRG Mc Gill Alternative Resource Library will also be on display! The campaign runs all March and encourages people to continue the learning after Black History Month ends by reading and honouring Black authors. Tweet @BFCN2011 the title and author with the hashtag #Read To Lead and submissions will be added to a growing list! We encourage everyone to check out all of the exciting events students, staff and faculty at Mc Gill have organized! Soul Food Friday Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network of Mc Gill (BSN) Date: Friday February 3rd 2017 Time: 12 PM - 2 PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | Lev Bukhman Description: Join BSN for some soul food! Cost: MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Black Skin, Blue Masks: Medical Practices in Africa Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society Date: Friday February 3rd 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Arts Building | 853 Sherbrooke Street West | Room 145 Description: This panel discussion will address the current state of medical practices by addressing medical breakthroughs on the continent, international medical aid distribution, the effects of universalizing medical discourses on traditional medical practices, as well as the role of the African diaspora on medical development. Topics such as Islamophobia, self-esteem and the fear of doing business in Africa will be explored. MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Not African Enough? [CANCELLED] Death Grips: Notes on Film Blackness and 2016 with Michael B. Open Conversation: Racism and Islamophobia: “How do we talk about racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom? Conversations with Muslims Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017 Time: PM Location: Wilson Hall | 3506 University Street | Wendy Patrick Room Description: After the tragic events in Quebec City, there was an outpouring of compassion towards the Muslim community. Massimadi at Mc Gill Organizers/Presenters: The Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (IGSF) & Arc en Ciel d’Afrique/African Rainbow Date: Wednesday March 1st 2017 Time: 7 PM Location: 3475 Peel Street | Room 101 Description: Two films will be screened as part of special edition of Massimadi at Mc Gill.These are community events happening across Montreal throughout the month of February. BHM 2017 Struggles & Strategies: Parent-Educators of Black Kids Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Hala Mreiwed, Ph D Student in DISE, the Mc Gill Faculty of Education, and the SSHRC-funded Urban Arts High School Project Date: Thursday February 16th 2017 Time: 4 PM - 6 PM Location: Stewart Biology Building | 1205 Dr. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education and the Arts, Black Students’ Network (BSN) & Mc Gill African Students Society (MASS) Date: Friday February 17th 2017 Time: PM - PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Ballroom Description: SPEAK B(L)ACK is an evening of spoken word, hosted by Kama La Mackerel where the stage will be open for Black folks to perform. BHM 2017 Discussion Group For Black Students at Mc Gill Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) Equity & Diversity Date: Monday February 20th 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Thomson House | 3650 Mc Tavish Street | Room 403 Description: February’s PGSS Equity & Diversity Discussion Group for Racialized and Ethnic Students will be a special edition for BHM hosted by Safyer Mc Kenzie Sampson and will offer a closed space for Black undergraduate and graduate students to share and explore their experiences and challenges at Mc Gill and outside of the university. For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly. MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Revitalizing Indigenous African Knowledge Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society (MASS) Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Mc Connell Engineering Building | 3480 University Street Description: This panel will help showcase some of the traditional African scientific and technological insights highlighting the relationship between technology and culture. Art, Poetry, and Prose (bsn x wandc 2.0) Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network (BSN) & Word and Colour Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017 Time: PM - 11 PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Ballroom Description: This will be an night of poetry, art, and prose from writers and artists of the Black Students' Network and Word and Colour. Bring your tupperware and enjoy fried chicken, mac and cheese, fries, coleslaw. The panel will also critically look at current movements fighting over the lack of representation and misrepresentation of African/Black people in the media. : In Conversation with African Diaspora Youth Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society Date: Saturday February 4th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | New Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court Description: This panel will explore the role of the African diaspora youth in today’s world, and how they are working to reclaim and reconstruct the narratives surrounding them and the continent through the platforms of visual arts, social media, and social entrepreneurship. Donald Trump on Trial: Discussion and Town Hall Organizers/Presenters: Black Students’ Network (BSN) Date: Monday February 6th 2017 Time: 4 PM - PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Clubs Lounge Description: This holistic discussion will address the state of Trump's policies and what they represent to marginalized communities. CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Revolutions in Music Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 7th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 7th is Revolutions in Music and will be featuring live performances by Strange Froots and Sabina Rony plus a discussion on revolution in rhythms. Gillespie Organizers/Presenters: The Moving Image Research Lab (MIRL) Date: Thursday February 9th 2017 Time: 5 PM Location: 3475 Peel St | Room 101 Description: The talk will consider some of the significant arguments and themes of with attention to visual historiography, the black absurd, film form, and how the proposition of addressing the idea of black film through the critical lens of black visual and expressive culture is particularly consequential for understanding the critical richness of contemporary enactments of film blackness. ” Organizers/Presenters: TBD Date: Monday February 13th 2017 Time: 4 PM - 5 :30 PM Location: Morrice Hall | 3485 Mc Tavish Street | Tuesday Night Café Theatre (TNC) | Room 017 Description: Join us for an open conversation for students, professors, and all members of the community to gather and share ideas about ways to confront and challenge racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom. CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Slow Jams and Black Femmes Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 14th is Slow Jams and Black Femmes and will be featuring a live performance by rapper and poet Sarasheline plus a conversation on dating while Black, with Ellise Barbara. We (a group of Muslims from Mc Gill and beyond supported by friends from many diverse organizations) want to go beyond compassion and promote dialogue. A) & the Mc Gill Life AYD (After Your Degree) Date: Thursday February 16th 2017 Time: 6 PM - 9 PM Location: Brown Building | 3600 Mc Tavish Street | Room 5001 Description: This event will be a panel discussion on post-Mc Gill life and career advancement followed by a networking session. A Soul Sampler: A Taste of Gospel Organizers/Presenters: Cora-Lee Conway Date: Friday February 17th 2017 Time: PM - 9 PM Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge Description: Gospel music has strong roots in the Black oral tradition and is also firmly rooted as a staple within various genres of Christian faith-based communities. Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 28th is Afro Futurism and will feature a live performance by James Goddard. is a series of short portraits where people reflect on the intimate impact of the diaspora on their way of life.

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    ’ folks who stay on their ‘everything-north-of-Bloor is the wilderness’ shit).By submitting an inquiry,you agree to these terms of usage and limitations of warranty.In particular,you agree not to use this data to allow, enable, or otherwise make possible,dissemination or collection of this data, in part or in its entirety, for anypurpose, such as the transmission of unsolicited advertising andand solicitations of any kind, including spam.For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly. BHM 2017 SPEAK B(L)ACK - A Black History Month Spoken Word Show Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Kama La Mackerel, Artist in Residence of DISE, P. Favourite passages and poems will be shared and we will celebrate the writing of Black women. Butler books at the QPIRG Mc Gill Alternative Resource Library will also be on display! The campaign runs all March and encourages people to continue the learning after Black History Month ends by reading and honouring Black authors. Tweet @BFCN2011 the title and author with the hashtag #Read To Lead and submissions will be added to a growing list! We encourage everyone to check out all of the exciting events students, staff and faculty at Mc Gill have organized! Soul Food Friday Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network of Mc Gill (BSN) Date: Friday February 3rd 2017 Time: 12 PM - 2 PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | Lev Bukhman Description: Join BSN for some soul food! Cost: MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Black Skin, Blue Masks: Medical Practices in Africa Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society Date: Friday February 3rd 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Arts Building | 853 Sherbrooke Street West | Room 145 Description: This panel discussion will address the current state of medical practices by addressing medical breakthroughs on the continent, international medical aid distribution, the effects of universalizing medical discourses on traditional medical practices, as well as the role of the African diaspora on medical development. Topics such as Islamophobia, self-esteem and the fear of doing business in Africa will be explored. MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Not African Enough? [CANCELLED] Death Grips: Notes on Film Blackness and 2016 with Michael B. Open Conversation: Racism and Islamophobia: “How do we talk about racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom? Conversations with Muslims Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017 Time: PM Location: Wilson Hall | 3506 University Street | Wendy Patrick Room Description: After the tragic events in Quebec City, there was an outpouring of compassion towards the Muslim community. Massimadi at Mc Gill Organizers/Presenters: The Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (IGSF) & Arc en Ciel d’Afrique/African Rainbow Date: Wednesday March 1st 2017 Time: 7 PM Location: 3475 Peel Street | Room 101 Description: Two films will be screened as part of special edition of Massimadi at Mc Gill.These are community events happening across Montreal throughout the month of February. BHM 2017 Struggles & Strategies: Parent-Educators of Black Kids Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Hala Mreiwed, Ph D Student in DISE, the Mc Gill Faculty of Education, and the SSHRC-funded Urban Arts High School Project Date: Thursday February 16th 2017 Time: 4 PM - 6 PM Location: Stewart Biology Building | 1205 Dr. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education and the Arts, Black Students’ Network (BSN) & Mc Gill African Students Society (MASS) Date: Friday February 17th 2017 Time: PM - PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Ballroom Description: SPEAK B(L)ACK is an evening of spoken word, hosted by Kama La Mackerel where the stage will be open for Black folks to perform. BHM 2017 Discussion Group For Black Students at Mc Gill Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) Equity & Diversity Date: Monday February 20th 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Thomson House | 3650 Mc Tavish Street | Room 403 Description: February’s PGSS Equity & Diversity Discussion Group for Racialized and Ethnic Students will be a special edition for BHM hosted by Safyer Mc Kenzie Sampson and will offer a closed space for Black undergraduate and graduate students to share and explore their experiences and challenges at Mc Gill and outside of the university. For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly. MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Revitalizing Indigenous African Knowledge Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society (MASS) Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017 Time: 6 PM - 8 PM Location: Mc Connell Engineering Building | 3480 University Street Description: This panel will help showcase some of the traditional African scientific and technological insights highlighting the relationship between technology and culture. Art, Poetry, and Prose (bsn x wandc 2.0) Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network (BSN) & Word and Colour Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017 Time: PM - 11 PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Ballroom Description: This will be an night of poetry, art, and prose from writers and artists of the Black Students' Network and Word and Colour. Bring your tupperware and enjoy fried chicken, mac and cheese, fries, coleslaw. The panel will also critically look at current movements fighting over the lack of representation and misrepresentation of African/Black people in the media. : In Conversation with African Diaspora Youth Organizers/Presenters: Mc Gill African Students Society Date: Saturday February 4th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | New Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court Description: This panel will explore the role of the African diaspora youth in today’s world, and how they are working to reclaim and reconstruct the narratives surrounding them and the continent through the platforms of visual arts, social media, and social entrepreneurship. Donald Trump on Trial: Discussion and Town Hall Organizers/Presenters: Black Students’ Network (BSN) Date: Monday February 6th 2017 Time: 4 PM - PM Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 Mc Tavish Street | SSMU Clubs Lounge Description: This holistic discussion will address the state of Trump's policies and what they represent to marginalized communities. CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Revolutions in Music Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 7th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 7th is Revolutions in Music and will be featuring live performances by Strange Froots and Sabina Rony plus a discussion on revolution in rhythms. Gillespie Organizers/Presenters: The Moving Image Research Lab (MIRL) Date: Thursday February 9th 2017 Time: 5 PM Location: 3475 Peel St | Room 101 Description: The talk will consider some of the significant arguments and themes of with attention to visual historiography, the black absurd, film form, and how the proposition of addressing the idea of black film through the critical lens of black visual and expressive culture is particularly consequential for understanding the critical richness of contemporary enactments of film blackness. ” Organizers/Presenters: TBD Date: Monday February 13th 2017 Time: 4 PM - 5 :30 PM Location: Morrice Hall | 3485 Mc Tavish Street | Tuesday Night Café Theatre (TNC) | Room 017 Description: Join us for an open conversation for students, professors, and all members of the community to gather and share ideas about ways to confront and challenge racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom. CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Slow Jams and Black Femmes Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 14th is Slow Jams and Black Femmes and will be featuring a live performance by rapper and poet Sarasheline plus a conversation on dating while Black, with Ellise Barbara. We (a group of Muslims from Mc Gill and beyond supported by friends from many diverse organizations) want to go beyond compassion and promote dialogue. A) & the Mc Gill Life AYD (After Your Degree) Date: Thursday February 16th 2017 Time: 6 PM - 9 PM Location: Brown Building | 3600 Mc Tavish Street | Room 5001 Description: This event will be a panel discussion on post-Mc Gill life and career advancement followed by a networking session. A Soul Sampler: A Taste of Gospel Organizers/Presenters: Cora-Lee Conway Date: Friday February 17th 2017 Time: PM - 9 PM Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge Description: Gospel music has strong roots in the Black oral tradition and is also firmly rooted as a staple within various genres of Christian faith-based communities. Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | ca Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. The show’s theme on the 28th is Afro Futurism and will feature a live performance by James Goddard. is a series of short portraits where people reflect on the intimate impact of the diaspora on their way of life.

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