The Path to Solidarity
The events of 2020 have cast a particular light on the insidious nature of systemic racism and reignited global movements for justice and racial equality. Corporations have responded by publishing statements of solidarity and new commitments to change. It has put institutions and their leaders to the test. The potential to make sustainable change and delineate new spaces that would allow for a creative and full exploration of systemic oppression in all of its complexities implies a new meaning for political and social responsibility. What comes after the messages of solidarity have been delivered? Join us for three critical dialogues between key industry changemakers on their initiatives to advance solidarity, racial justice and equality in the audio-visual sector.
SESSION THREE: Equity and Inclusion
Media organizations in Canada are publishing statements of solidarity and new commitments to change. A conversation on how the work of equity, inclusion, opportunity and representation is being defined and what is necessary to create conditions for success.
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