Sharing Stories: Documentary Screening and Storytelling Session

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Sharing Stories: Documentary & Storytelling Session

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Centennial students and employees - join us for an afternoon of storytelling!

11:00 am Keynote Storytelling with Itah Sadu from A Different Booklist, a Black-owned, independent bookstore in Toronto

11:50 am Film Screening & Discussion

12:50 pm Launch of Book Club

*Students who attend will have the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win a copy of the book They Said This Would be Fun by Eternity Martis

Films:

The Haircut (10.25 mins)

Ice Breakers (15 mins)

Freedom Summer (11.48 mins)

This event is brought to you in collaboration with Centennial Libraries and Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Inclusion.

Questions? Email gcei@centennialcollege.ca

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The Centre for Global Citizenship Education & Inclusion (GCEI) encourages the Centennial College community to engage in transformative education for social good through global citizenship learning. We are also committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination and harassment by creating an environment of inclusion in teaching, learning, employment and services. The Centre for GCEI works collaboratively with employees, students and community to build an infrastructure to embed global citizenship, equity and social justice principles throughout the College experience and identify strategies to eliminate systemic barriers and increase access.

The Centre for Global Citizenship Education & Inclusion supports the implementation of the Signature Learning Experience (SLE) through co-curricular and professional development activities.

Email: gcei@centennialcollege.ca

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