OCAD U Queer Publishing Project - Dream Chat #1


Dream Chats is a series of student-led discussions to create content for a handbook for faculty on Supporting Queer and Transgender Students

 
DateThursday, November 5, 2015 - 9:00pm to 11:00pm

Phone

416.977.6000 ext.3840

Cost

free!

Email

schherawala@ocadu.ca

Location

Rm. 187, Lambert Lounge, 100 McCaul Street

Dream Chats is a series of student-led discussions to create content for a handbook for faculty on Supporting Queer and Transgender Students.

These discussions are open to all students, former students, alumni, staff and faculty from all OCAD U departments and disciplines. Share your experiences at OCAD U in a safe and productive chat space that will centre the voices of LBTQQI2SAA* students.

Conversations particularly welcome input from students who identify as transgender, gender-queer, Indigenous, and racialized, students who attended OCAD U but experienced barriers to graduating, and alumni.

Funded by the OCAD U Big Ideas Fund and the OCAD Student Union
This is an initiative of the Office of Diversity, Equity & Sustainability Initiatives. Workshops will be facilitated by students organizing the Queer Publishing Project and Faculty member Anthea Black.

Upcoming Dates:
November 5th 4-6pm
Room 187, 100 McCaul

November 11th 3-5pm
Room 525, 113 McCul (the annex)

November 18th 3-5pm
Room 550, 100 McCaul

November 25th 3-5pm
Room 550, 100 McCau



Dream chat poster with pink and yellow highlights
DateThursday, November 5, 2015 - 9:00pm to 11:00pm

Phone

416.977.6000 ext.3840

Cost

free!

Email

schherawala@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Rm. 187, Lambert Lounge, 100 McCaul Street

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Thursday, November 5, 2015 - 9:00pm to 11:00pm

Dream Chats is a series of student-led discussions to create content for a handbook for faculty on Supporting Queer and Transgender Students.

These discussions are open to all students, former students, alumni, staff and faculty from all OCAD U departments and disciplines. Share your experiences at OCAD U in a safe and productive chat space that will centre the voices of LBTQQI2SAA* students.

Conversations particularly welcome input from students who identify as transgender, gender-queer, Indigenous, and racialized, students who attended OCAD U but experienced barriers to graduating, and alumni.

Funded by the OCAD U Big Ideas Fund and the OCAD Student Union
This is an initiative of the Office of Diversity, Equity & Sustainability Initiatives. Workshops will be facilitated by students organizing the Queer Publishing Project and Faculty member Anthea Black.

Upcoming Dates:
November 5th 4-6pm
Room 187, 100 McCaul

November 11th 3-5pm
Room 525, 113 McCul (the annex)

November 18th 3-5pm
Room 550, 100 McCaul

November 25th 3-5pm
Room 550, 100 McCau

Venue & Address: 
Rm. 187, Lambert Lounge, 100 McCaul Street
Email: 
schherawala@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416.977.6000 ext.3840
Cost: 
free!
Dream chat poster with pink and yellow highlights
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