OPIRG Presents: “Crackdowns & Creativity”

March 4, 2017 9:00 am - 6:30 pm

University of Guelph, MacKinnon Bldg.

Guelph, MacKinnon Bldg., 87 Trent Lane

Organized By

OPIRG Guelph

OPIRG Guelph’s Social and Environmental Justice Symposium is a two day convergence of academic and community research, activism, and art focused on social and environmental justice issues.

This year, we are critically considering the ways that the election of a Trump regime, and the resurgence of other hard-right movements in the West and elsewhere affects our continued resistance to injustice and oppression.

By creating a space for the exchange of diverse knowledges between academics and community activists, our goal is to support the development of research that is useful to community-based campaigns and projects working for social change, and to make such research more accessible to all.

Some speakers so far:

Akio Maroon (Toronto Sex Workers Action Project, BLM, and more)

– Syed Hussan (No One is Illegal Toronto)
– Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh (Menominee Nation of Wisconsin, Ph.D                 student in Indigenous Critical Theory & Settler Colonial Studies)
– Adrian Perez (MA student in European Studies, Crossways in Cultural       Narratives program)

CHILLOUT ROOM (with Active Listeners)
REBEL KNOWLEDGE FAIR – Books, Zines, Community                          Organization Booths

Pre-registration has opened.

Visit http://symposium.opirgguelph.org/pre-reg/

Or e-mail [email protected] to reserve a spot and let us know about any accessibility needs. If you’re on the pre-registration list you’ll get a ticket to guarantee your lunch, but registrations on the day will need to take your chances!