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Book Launch, December 10 630PM, Toronto: Sherene Razack’s Dying from Improvement

The Department of Social Justice Education Observes Human Rights Day and Celebrates the Launch of

Dying From Improvement by Dr. Sherene Razack

December 10, 2015 OISE Library, 252 Bloor Street West 6-830

Sponsored by the Department of Social Justice Education.
Supported by Indigenous Education Network, First Nations House,
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, and African Canadian Legal Clinic.

A discussion on Indigenous and racialized deaths in custody
featuring:
Lee Maracle, Critically acclaimed author and winner of the Ontario
Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts
Sherene Razack, Professor, Social Justice Education, OISE
And a panel of representatives from organizations working to end racism in the justice system:
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto: Christa Big Canoe
African Canadian Legal Clinic: Anthony Morgan
Black Lives Matter Toronto: Lena Peters
This document is available in alternate format upon request
Light refreshments provided.
Contact: Stephanie Latty at lattyste@mail.utoronto.ca