Advocating for and magnifying marginalized voices: A chat with Project SOMEONE
How do you represent, support, and advocate for groups that you may not belong to without diluting the message? How do you use a voice of privilege to amplify one that struggles and strives for something as basic as accessibility?
Come for a chat with Project Someone members who have worked with various groups in Canada, the US, Europe, and the Middle East.
Kathryn Urbaniak, Program Manager, Project SOMEONE at Concordia University’s Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance
Rawda Harb Ph.D. Student, founder of Communité, educator at LBPSB, and researcher at Project Someone
Session Category : Session 2