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11 September Wednesday

Indigenous Issues with HIV in Canada

11 September 2019, 06:00 - 11 September 2019, 19:00
Centre for Indigenous Studies, 563 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Join us for a conversation on Indigenous issues with HIV in Canada.

Dr. Randy Jackson discusses how colonization, isolation, and stigma affect the experiences of Indigenous people living with HIV in Canada. The following time is an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and engage in general conversation. No academic experience needed!

On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 6:00 to 7:30PM in Turtle Lounge, located in the Centre for Indigenous Studies, 563 Spadina Ave., North Borden Building, Toronto, ON, M5S 2J7 (near College and Spadina). There will be someone waiting on the main floor to take people upstairs.

This is a FREE event with food and drinks.
However, space is LIMITED so attendees must register for their free ticket on eventbrite using the following link:
People living with HIV who attend are eligible to receive a $25 stipend for their participation, with priority given to Indigenous participants.

To learn more please email james.tavares@mail.utoronto.ca
If you need tokens to attend or have questions about accessibility, please also direct inquiries to the email above, with your name and need.

This is intended to be an informal event and we aim to make it a space everyone can feel comfortable in, regardless of your age, race, gender, sexuality, disability or HIV status!

Date: September 11
Time: 6:00 am - 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
Venue Name: Centre for Indigenous Studies
Address: 563 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, Ontario Canada

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