This will be an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of what anti-oppression is, why it matters, and how to integrate anti-oppressive practices in radio, media, and everyday life.
Saturday March 9th from 10am-5pm. CFRU will be providing lunch and snacks with gluten-free and vegan options, as well as coffee & tea. Can't make the whole day? That's okay! Attend what you want to.
Ed Video, 40 Baker St., Guelph ON. This is an accessible space with accessible washrooms. Please be aware that this is a scent-free event. To learn more about what this means and how you can respect this here are some links:
More accessibility information:
Ed Video, located on the second floor of 40 Baker St., is a much more accessible space with a more accessible washroom, however the entrance doors to the building and to the washroom are heavy. The building is located on a one way street and there is a curb in front of the building. We cannot guarantee the washroom is large enough for all mobility devices.
We're sorry to say we will not be able to have ASL interpretation for any part of this event.
This symposium is free and is open to all CFRU volunteers, board members, staff, and anyone who is interested in radio & media. We’ll be sending out a more detailed outline of the day very soon. Watch your inbox!
Using workshops, group discussions & activities, our goal is to figure out ways we can make CFRU better, build skills for combatting oppression, and apply this to community radio in all its forms.
We’d love to hear from you! To help make CFRU better, we are asking for anonymous feedback about your experiences at CFRU - which will then be discussed at the symposium. You can submit feedback by using our form, or the Comment Box we’ll have available outside the station doors.
Because we believe that it's important for everyone to have a voice, and that there are things we can improve on to make sure those voices are heard - with your help.