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African-Canadian Youth Misrepresentation Cycle and Marginality in Canadian Institutions: A Phenomenological Analysis of Marginalizing Subtleties

April 30 @ 12:15 pm - 11:30 pm

Location: Room 548, FIFSW

Kuir Garang

About Kuir ë Garang

I am currently a researcher with Youth Research and Evaluation Exchange (YouthREX) at the School of Social Work at York University. I am also a part-time professor at Sheridan College where I teach courses in the Social Service Worker program. My current research uses phenomenology of Edmund Husserl to address how African-Canadian youth are marginalized in Canadian institutions based on bureaucratic discourses and the legacies of slavery, colonization, and the colour line regimes.

Before I started my doctoral studies at York University in 2018, I worked in Calgary for nearly a decade at the frontline and leadership positions with immigrant and refugee youths and families in Calgary. I successfully defended my doctoral dissertation at the School of Social Work at York University last year on the moral problems associated with “blackness” in its historical and contemporary dynamics.

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Date:
April 30
Time:
12:15 pm - 11:30 pm
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Venue

FIFSW Building, Room 548
246 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V4 Canada
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