30@8:30: Webinar Season Closer – Culturally Responsive Configurations of Knowledge in Action
October 20 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
On Wednesday, October 20 at 8:30pm join The CRIB for its Webinar Season Closer, which will explore Culturally Responsive Configurations of Knowledge in Action. A registration link will be shared in advance of the event date.
Organized by The Centre for Research and Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB), 30@8:30 is a weekly series of Instagram Live talks that brings the community together to hear from interdisciplinary scholars and community service providers about homicide, structural inequalities, trauma and victimization that impact some of our most vulnerable.
Each week, Founder & Director Dr. Tanya L. Sharpe, Associate Professor at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, engages leading scholars, community leaders, and social work professionals in a 30-minute dialogue that explores how the current global pandemic is affecting vulnerable populations — and how we can ensure we are responding to their needs. The series explores topics including the relationship between COVID-19 and structural violence, traumatic stress and grief, gun violence and victimization during the outbreak, the impact on the incarcerated, and the erasure of our healthcare system.
Season 3 episodes
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and Anti-Oppression
Gun Violence – Causes, Consequences & Solutions for Canada
Policing and Surveillance of Black Communities: Implications for Public Policy
Black Youth Violence and Mental Health
Exploring the physical health and well-being of Black surviving family members & friends of homicide victims
Youth Voices: Engaged research in action
Webinar Season Closer – Culturally Responsive Configurations of Knowledge in Action