2020 Kagedan Lecture Series on Social Work & Human Rights - Ravyn Wngz - on Social Justice and Art-Activism - "What is at stake and what are we being called to reckon with".
This is the second of four lectures framed within and following the themes of the Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice class. These lectures are possible due to the generosity of the Kagedan family and their continued support of speakers who promote social work and human rights at the McGill School of Social Work.
November 9th: Ravyn Wngz on Social Justice and Art-Activism - "What is at stake and what are we being called to reckon with".
Ravyn Wngz is an African, Bermudian, Mohawk, 2Spirit, queer and transcendent individual. Ravyn works to change all hierarchical mainstream arts and dance spaces by centering disability justice and advocating for representations of marginalized LGBTTIQQ2S communities. Ravyn is a co-founder of ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company- a queer multiracial dance company that provides affirming accessible dance education to all LGBTTIQQ2S communities. Ravyn is the Artistic Director of OVA- Outrageous Victorious Africans Collective a Dance/Theatre collective that share the contemporary voices of African/Black and Queer/Self Identified storytellers. Ravyn is committed to eradicating all forms of anti-Black racism, supporting Black healing and liberating Black communities through their work.
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