Microaggression – Macro Impact
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: Networking from 8:15AM, session 8:30 to 9:30
Venue: Your place! Zoom link will be emailed to PAFN members the day prior to the meeting (check your junk folders!).
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Microaggressions are an everyday part of life for racialized and minoritized people that impact health and wellbeing. This presentation will explore the context in which Microaggressions play out and what we can do to address and mitigate the impact on relationships.
Our objectives will be to:
- Better understanding of Microaggressions and their impact.
- Awareness of unintentional Microaggressions and why impact matters.
- Identify how to mitigate the impact of Microaggressions in everyday life.
Angela Connors, the Executive Director of the Community Race Relations Committee, is Anishnawbe from the Saugeen First Nation Beaver Clan. She has a passion for social justice, fuelled through her ancestry and shaped by over two decades in the non-profit sector and organized labour.
Angela has worked extensively with organizations across Ontario providing professional development encouraging dialogue and action on anti-racism and anti-oppression. She is a past recipient of the City of Toronto’s Access, Equity and Human Rights Award in Aboriginal Affairs.
In 2019 Angela spearheaded the successful campaign to get Peterborough to sign onto the Canadian Coalition of Inclusive Municipalities. She hopes to bring this campaign to municipalities across Peterborough County.