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Are you between the ages of 18 and 34? Come participate in a study about sexual communication, consent, and desire! See the flyer above for more details. If you are interested in participating or learning more about the study, please contact the researcher directly at sexstudy@ryerson.ca

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Maria Gurevich is the incoming Associate Editor for Feminism & Psychology, a leading international journal for critical feminist scholarship. She was the Consulting Editor for F&P, from 2017-2020. We invite you to visit the journal website for their past and recent publications, including the recent issue on Decolonizing Psychology. Browse the forum at: https://journals.sagepub.com/home/fap

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Lorraine Hansberry was an American playwright and writer, as well as the first African-American female author to have a play be produced on broadway. By the ripe age of 29, Lorraine Hansberry was able to bring her drama, and play, A Raisin in the Sun to life. A Raisin in the Sun is a performative…

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What Should One Expect!? The 31st annual Inside Out Film Festival will be held from May 27th to June 6th, 2021. The Inside Out Film Festival will feature 143 films from 31 countries, and will showcase them to an Ontario-wide audience. We invite you to visit https://insideout.ca/festival/schedule/?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Festival+Program+Announced%21&utm_campaign=20210503_m163081387_Festival+Program+Announced%21&utm_term=++View+Full+Program++to view the 2021 film selection, and purchase your…

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I May Destroy You is a blunt, fearless, and in-your-face series that examines and calls into question the issue of sexual consent. The series also explores the expansive and new landscape of dating and relationships; looking to make a distinction between exploitation and liberation. You may tune into I MAY DESTROY YOU on HBO!

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Noah Davis utilized painting to encompass the “instances where black aesthetics and modernist aesthetics collide;” seeking to bring seminal, contemporary art to black and brown neighbourhoods – where access is not easily granted. Noah Davis utilized his transcendent and evocative imagination to examine the difficulty and uncertainty of day-to-day life, as well as the profundity…

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Join the Ryerson Community as they address the issue of anti-Asian xenophobia in North America and around the globe. This panel will discuss and consider the roots of anti-Asian prejudice, violence and hate. When? Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 (from 4-5pm)! Where? Zoom! Register with the link below! https://www.ryerson.ca/fcs-news-events/events/2021/04/pandemic-xenophobia/

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