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Social Science Week

February 7 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

8:30 am Theatre as a Catalyst for Social Change
Imago Theatre
*Sponsored by S.P.A.C.E

10:00 am Climate, Health and Gender: Truth and Consequences
Fiona Hanley, Dawson Professor and Chair of Nursing Department
*Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Profile

11:30 am Survivors on the Main: Starting Over After the Holocaust
Ted Bolgar, Holocaust Survivor
Stacey Zembrzycki, Dawson History Professor
Eszter Andor, Remembrance Coordinator Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre

1:00 pm Take Care of Your Self: Transforming Trauma through Art
Sundus Abdul Hadi, Radio Show Host, Multimedia Artist, Author, Co-founder of The Medium

2:30 pm How to Build Bridges, Combat Intolerance, and Make Friends in the Process: The Story of Outremont’s Friends of Hutchison
Leila Marshy, Journalist, Writer, Author of the novel “The Philistine”, and Founding Member of Friends of Hutchison
Mindy Pollak, Outremont Borough Councillor for Projet Montreal, Founding Member of Friends of Hutchison
Diane Shea, History Dept, Member of Friends of Hutchison

4:00 pm Young Professionals at the United Nations
Organized by Chris Bourne, Coordinator of the Law Society and Justice Profile and Coordinator of the Model United Nations
*Sponsored by Model United Nations

6:30 pm (*Continuing Education Session)
Angry Inuk– Film Screening – (85 Minutes)
Director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril (2016)
Organized by the Dawson College First Peoples’ Initiative and Cinema Politica

Organizers

Nancy Rebelo
Vivien Watson

Venue

5B.16, Multi Purpose Room
3040 Sherbrooke St. W
Montreal, Quebec Canada
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