The Urban Alliance on Race Relations is a non-profit charitable organization working with community, public & private sectors to provide educational programs & research addressing racism.
To commemorate this year's Human Rights Day, a panel of legal experts and human rights advocates will discuss the current status of carding in the city and the impact of racial profiling on racialized women and gender diverse people.
Sponsored by the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.
Andrea Anderson, Criminal Defense Lawyer
Natasha Persaud, Human Rights Lawyer and Member of the Canadian Association of Muslim Women Lawyers
Laurie Hermiston, Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
Lorelei King, Sherbourne Health Centre
Nana Yanful, Human Rights Lawyer and Racial Justice Advocate
Moderator: Brittany Andrew-Amofah, Political & Civic Engagement Advocate
To request accomodation, please contact UARR by Nov. 30th: firstname.lastname@example.org , 416-703-6607 ext. 5
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