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MEMBERS DISCUSSION GROUP: EDI Watch Party: Restoring the Sacred Bonds I November 10th, 1:00pm EST
November 10, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ESTFree
DTC Members Event: “Restoring the Sacred Bonds”
Join EDI Lead, Keira Grant, for a special Member Only EDI Watch Party!
At this event registered DTC students and alumni will begin by watching a conference presentation about a pilot project in Manitoba that matches Indigenous doulas with Indigenous parents who are at risk of child protective services involvement.
Following the 30-minute screening, we will discuss the impact of bias in child protection and how we can support vulnerable clients.
***Registrants will be provided the episode and discussion question one (1) week prior to the meeting. This event is for registered DTC members and will be cross-referenced prior to addition to the event attendance list.
Date: November 10th @ 1:00pm EST
FREE for DTC members!
Attendance qualifies for 1 CE credit towards certification.
Only registered members of DTC may attend.
This event will not be recorded.
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About your host:
Keira is currently the Social Media Coordinator & Communications and Inclusion and Engagement Lead – Racialized Communities with Doula Canada.
Keira Grant (she/her) brings a wealth of experience to the Online Community Moderator role. She is a Queer, Black woman with a twenty-year track record in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) education, projects, and community building initiatives. Organizations Keira has worked and volunteered for include Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children (METRAC), Transgender, Bisexual, Lesbian Gay Alliance at York (TBLGAY), and Teens Confronting and Educating Homophobia (TEACH) at Planned Parenthood of Toronto.
In 2020, Keira was the Policy and Research Analyst at Rainbow Health Ontario, Sherbourne Health Centre. In this role, she developed resources and policy advice on health issues affecting LGBT2SQ+ communities in Ontario.