Instagram Live series 30@8:30 returns this fall for season twoCategories: Faculty in the News, Tanya Sharpe
This past spring, The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB) hosted 30@8:30 — a popular series of Instagram Live talks that aim to investigate COVID-19’s impact on vulnerable populations throughout the global community.
Each week, Founder & Director Dr. Tanya L. Sharpe, associate professor at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, engaged 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 explored 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.
This September, 30@8:30 returns!
To watch 30@8:30, follow @thecribcommunity on Instagram & tune into Instagram Live every Wednesday at 8:30pm.
Missed the first season? Want to know what it’s all about? Watch the previews, or head over to The CRIB’s website to view past episodes.