ARCDO Community Vigil: Centering Love Through Times of Trauma and Grief

Jun 16, 2021
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11:00am–12:00pm
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Keynote Facilitator: Imam Yasin Dwyer 

Open to: Students, staff, faculty and external members who identify as member of the Muslim community and allies

The Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office (ARCDO) joins the University of Toronto in denouncing Islamophobia, hate and violence in all its forms. There is no denying the pain and anger that many are feeling in light of the tragedy in London, ON. As we navigate grief and pain during these difficult times, ARCDO invites the U of T community to join us on Wednesday June 16, 2021, for a space of restoration and critical dialogue while building community with one another during these challenging times.

This space will center a discussion with Imam Yasin Dwyer on the topic, Coping with Trauma: Centering Community Healing During Grief and Loss. This conversation will explore the impacts of Islamophobia and center tools of advocacy, allyship and activism.

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2021-06-16 15:00:00 2021-06-16 16:00:00 UTC ARCDO Community Vigil: Centering Love Through Times of Trauma and Grief Keynote Facilitator: Imam Yasin Dwyer  Open to: Students, staff, faculty and external members who identify as member of the Muslim community and allies The Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office (ARCDO) joins the University of Toronto in denouncing Islamophobia, hate and violence in all its forms. There is no denying the pain and anger that many are feeling in light of the tragedy in London, ON. As we navigate grief and pain during these difficult times, ARCDO invites the U of T community to join us on Wednesday June 16, 2021, for a space of restoration and critical dialogue while building community with one another during these challenging times. This space will center a discussion with Imam Yasin Dwyer on the topic, Coping with Trauma: Centering Community Healing During Grief and Loss. This conversation will explore the impacts of Islamophobia and center tools of advocacy, allyship and activism. Register online Online webpac.noreply@utoronto.ca