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341 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 1S1

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As part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, Ryerson University hosts a special roundtable discussion on masculinity and ending gender-based violence. The #MeToo movement has launched an unprecedented public dialogue about sexual violence and harassment. Many of us are asking where do we go from here. This dynamic panel will engage in an open discussion about consent, accountability and masculinity while offering actions for change. Join us to talk about ways forward.

Shad - Artist & Host of Hip Hop Evolution (http://www.shadk.com/)

Ian Campeau - Founding/Former Member of A Tribe Called Red(http://www.nsb.com/speakers/ian-campeau/)

Farrah Khan - Manager, Consent Comes First, Ryerson Sexual Violence Education & Support (www.ryerson.ca/sexual-violence)

Courtney Skye - Comedian & Public Policy Analyst (https://twitter.com/MOHAWKEMOTIONS)

Tiq Milan - Writer & Trans Rights Advocate(http://www.nsb.com/speakers/tiq-milan/)

Jennifer Hollet - Head of News,Twitter Canada (https://twitter.com/jenniferhollett)

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive spaces for its members. If we require additional accommodations to ensure your participation, please e-mail osvse@ryerson.ca.

**This event is open to the public and free

This event was brought to you by: Consent Comes First Office, Student Affairs, Faculty of Engeinenring

Sponsored by: National Speakers Bureau and Twitter Canada

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