Canada’s Women’s History Month: Celebrating Intersectionality (Webinar Recording)Oct 29, 2020
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For each of us, our various identities impact our daily lives, affecting how we perceive the world and how the world perceives us. When we look at how our identities intersect, we see the unique lived experiences—of ourselves and others—through the lens of privilege, oppression, power, and marginalization. Who has power? Who gets the benefit of the doubt? Who doesn’t? Who is automatically included in groups? Who isn’t? How do you “show up” to other people? What do you do to control how others perceive you? What parts of your identity help you fit in? What parts of your identity make you stand out? The answers to all these questions are rooted in intersectionality.
Nelm Khangura, VP, Store and Colleague Solutions, Loblaw Technology
Tyjondah Kerr, Director, Equity Diversity & Inclusion People and Culture, OLG
Vandana Juneja, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada