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To support uOttawa’s commitment to maintaining an environment free from discrimination and to promote understanding and respect for each member of our community, President and Vice-Chancellor Jacques Frémont created the Presidential Advisory Committee for a Racism-Free Campus. Part of the committee’s role is to discuss and understand issues of discrimination faced by members of uOttawa’s Black/Indigenous/People of Colour (BIPOC) community.As part of the committee’s work, all members of the University community are invited to a town hall discussion on anti-black racism on campus:Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2019Location: FSS 4007Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.Seating is limited.The town hall will be streamed on uOttawa’s YouTube channel https://youtube.com/user/uottawaJoin the conversation on https://www.sli.do/. We'll share the event code on November 20. You can also share your experience directly with us by using this form https://uottawa.ca/respect/en/townhallListening and allowing you to share your experience is key to the committee process.This is the first of a series of public events I will hold in the coming months to discuss and address discrimination and its different forms at uOttawa, and to understand racism in a postsecondary setting.
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