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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, January 19

Get Involved with ISL & DCSI | 3:30 p.m.

Looking to get the most out of your college experience? Ever thought about getting involved on campus? Getting involved is the best way to experience DC, make new friends and to get recognized! Learn more about the Institute of Student Leadership (ISL) and DCSI Clubs & Societies along with all the other perks of getting involved on campus. 

Brought to you by the Institute of Student Leadership and DCSI Clubs & Societies

Wednesday, January 20

Get Involved Fair | 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Missing the social interaction of being on campus? The Get Involved Fair is your chance to meet new friends, start a virtual club and see all the other exciting opportunities DC has for you! Getting involved is a great way to meet students from across the campus, and create amazing memories. Come out to meet and greet student and staff representatives of various services, clubs and societies that interest you most

Thursday January 21

Desmond Cole: The Skin We're In | 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Desmond Cole is an award-winning journalist, radio host, and activist in Toronto. His writing has appeared in the Toronto Star, Toronto Life, The Walrus, NOW Magazine, Ethnic Aisle, Torontoist, BuzzFeed, and the Ottawa Citizen. His first book, The Skin We're In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power, was released in January 2020.

A representative from Durham Regional Police Services will also be present to participate in the conversation.

DCSI is committed to hosting conversations and events surrounding the topic of Anti-Black Racism. We acknowledge that this is an on-going conversation that will not be solved in any single event. We ask that are students recognize that this will be is a multi-faceted conversation with the intention of opening the doors to futher conversations with both our School of Justice and Emergency Studies and the broader Durham community. We invite our students to continue the conversation with us by attending future events that focus on Anti-Black Racism.