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“I’m a physician who is also a transgender woman…” “I strive for the advancement of women’s rights both within the Muslim community and outside it…” “As a Mad person/someone who has been psychiatrized…” “I came to McMaster through a sponsorship program from a refugee camp in Malawi…” “Amongst my Caucasian peers I wasn’t really “Canadian” enough. Amongst my Jamaican family I was never “Jamaican” enough. Amongst my black peers, I wasn’t black enough…” Break stereotypes with a 30 minute conversation… HUMAN LIBRARY Thursday, March 13, 2014 11:00 am – 2:30 pm Mills Library http://library.mcmaster.ca/humanlibrary Presented by: McMaster University Library, McMaster University Office of Human Rights & Equity Services, McMaster University President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC), McMaster University Graduate Studies, McMaster Students Union Diversity Services For more information, or to discuss accommodation requirements, please contact hres@mcmaster.ca or call 905-525-9140 x27581. Please note that ASL interpretation must be confirmed by Friday, March 7, 2014. Venue is wheelchair accessible and a positive space for LGBTQ+ identified persons.
  • Human Library
  • 2014-03-13T10:00:00-05:00
  • 2014-03-13T13:30:00-05:00
  • “I’m a physician who is also a transgender woman…” “I strive for the advancement of women’s rights both within the Muslim community and outside it…” “As a Mad person/someone who has been psychiatrized…” “I came to McMaster through a sponsorship program from a refugee camp in Malawi…” “Amongst my Caucasian peers I wasn’t really “Canadian” enough. Amongst my Jamaican family I was never “Jamaican” enough. Amongst my black peers, I wasn’t black enough…” Break stereotypes with a 30 minute conversation… HUMAN LIBRARY Thursday, March 13, 2014 11:00 am – 2:30 pm Mills Library http://library.mcmaster.ca/humanlibrary Presented by: McMaster University Library, McMaster University Office of Human Rights & Equity Services, McMaster University President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC), McMaster University Graduate Studies, McMaster Students Union Diversity Services For more information, or to discuss accommodation requirements, please contact hres@mcmaster.ca or call 905-525-9140 x27581. Please note that ASL interpretation must be confirmed by Friday, March 7, 2014. Venue is wheelchair accessible and a positive space for LGBTQ+ identified persons.
  • When Mar 13, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 01:30 PM (EST / UTC-500)
  • Where Mills Library, Lyons New Media Centre
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  • Contact Phone x27581
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“I’m a physician who is also a transgender woman…”

“I strive for the advancement of women’s rights both within the Muslim community and outside it…”

“As a Mad person/someone who has been psychiatrized…”

“I came to McMaster through a sponsorship program from a refugee camp in Malawi…”

“Amongst my Caucasian peers I wasn’t really “Canadian” enough. Amongst my Jamaican family I was never “Jamaican” enough. Amongst my black peers, I wasn’t black enough…”

 

Break stereotypes with a 30 minute conversation…

HUMAN LIBRARY

Thursday, March 13, 2014

11:00 am – 2:30 pm

Mills Library

http://library.mcmaster.ca/humanlibrary

 

Presented by: McMaster University Library, McMaster University Office of Human Rights & Equity Services, McMaster University President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC), McMaster University Graduate Studies, McMaster Students Union Diversity Services

 

For more information, or to discuss accommodation requirements, please contact hres@mcmaster.ca or call 905-525-9140 x27581.

Please note that ASL interpretation must be confirmed by Friday, March 7, 2014.

Venue is wheelchair accessible and a positive space for LGBTQ+ identified persons.