BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDIGENOUS, IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITIES
In this episode of Righting Relations Radio, we are in conversation with Alfredo Barahona from Kairos, exploring relationship-building between Indigenous, Immigrant and Refugee communities which both Kairos and Righting Relations are facilitating across Turtle Island, and the importance of knowing who you are.
The Sunflower Man: Land Dancing and Justice with Migrant Farm Workers
During this Righting Relations podcast, Heryka Miranda shares her experience of facilitating dance movement therapy with migrant farm workers in the Niagara region, and the creation of the piece “The Sunflower Man” which has been used as a platform to advocate for justice for migrant farm workers rights in Canada.
WE ARE HIRING A CENTRAL HUB COORDINATOR
Working for Change in support of the Righting Relations: Strengthening Adult Education for Social Change, a women-led initiative in partnership with the Catherine Donnelly Foundation is seeking a Central Hub Coordinator. The purpose of Righting Relations is to strengthen the capacity of adult educators and adult education to bring about radical social change through political and economic literacy for a just society in Canada.
Lubna Khalid was born and raised in Pakistan. She moved to Toronto in the year 2000. She holds a Master’s degree in Physiology from University of Karachi, Pakistan. She is also a member of Ontario Society of Medical Technologists. Since she moved to Toronto, she has been an active member of her community working with immigrant women from South Asia.