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Event Archive - Surviving in the Intersections: Darnell Moore

Wed. October 18th 2017 The Farquhar at UVic (All Ages)
6:00pm doors at 5:30pm
By Donation
Presented by: The Farquhar at UVic, The Anti-Violence Project, University of Victoria Students Society
Join in the discussion on how we can prevent sexualized violence and discrimination in our community!

Surviving in the Intersections features keynote speaker Darnell Moore, a renowned social Justice educator whose work addresses how violence impacts different intersections of identity based on race, gender identity, and sexual orientation. This event will also feature a panel presentation on sexualized violence in the sex industry from Peers Victoria, and an information fair beginning at 5:30pm in the lobby with campus and community groups that work to address sexualized violence.

For more information, visit facebook.com/getconsent and antiviolenceproject.org/svaw.

In an effort to decrease barriers to this event, tickets are sold on a sliding scale. You can pay in $5 increments from $0 - $10. If you are a student or do not make a living wage, we encourage you to choose the complimentary ticket option. The amount you pay does not correspond to a specific seat/section. No one will be turned away.

All seating is assigned for this event, please inform the Ticket Centre if you would like seats located beside other patrons.

If you had a ticket for the original event, please contact the Ticket Centre to reserve new seating.

Tickets available in person at the UVic Ticket Centre, over the phone (250-721-8480) or online:
https://tickets.uvic.ca/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent2607.html

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