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Equitable Community Partnerships When Working With and For Black Communities
February 15 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm EST
Presented by the Centre for Community Partnerships
Facilitator: Notisha Massaquoi, Assistant Professor, Department of Health and Society, UTSC.
Join us for a discussion on Equitable Community Partnerships When Working With and For Black Communities. As Professor Massaquoi emphasizes, “An effective Black community partnership involves holding ourselves accountable to Black communities, immersing ourselves in understanding systemic anti-Black racism and committing ourselves to the survival and wellbeing of Black people. These are the activities that will build partnerships that will be the most successful in work with and for Black communities.”
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Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) Faculty Community of Practice (CoP):
Our peer-led Community of Practice Gatherings offer community-engaged learning (CEL) instructors a recurring conversation space to share best practices, troubleshoot, discuss relevant literature, and collaborate on CEL teaching-related issues. Each gathering is facilitated by a different faculty member, who shares a challenge, a case study, an article or other resource to catalyze discussion. Faculty Community of Practice (CoP) Gatherings are open to all instructors and faculty across the tri-campus.