[BCMA] Museum of Surrey Free Lunch Time Learning!

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Join Museum of Surrey virtually for free lunch time learning sessions with
a range of speakers on the topics of Inclusion and Accessibility.

Registration is free but required. A link to the Microsoft Teams meeting
will be sent the morning of the presentation. Call 604-592-6956 to register
or email museum at surrey.ca.

For more details, please visit our website;

*Rolling in Life With a Physical Disability*This informative presentation
illustrates what it is like to be a young man with a physical disability.
Nathan Shipley covers everything from innovative adaptive equipment to the
struggles for individuals and families. Always willing to help and with a
passion for advocating for those with physical disabilities, Nathan shares
his lived experience with a goal to stimulate conversation and bring much
needed awareness to the challenges faced by many.
Wednesday, January 26

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*Addressing Microaggressions*Join Kearie Daniel as she describes
microaggressions, their impacts and how to work through these uncomfortable
situations. Participants will learn what a microaggression is, their
affects on racialized individuals and how to address these comments.
Wednesday,  February 9
Noon to 1pm

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*Being Brown: Experiences of Generations*Join a multi-generational panel
comprising of: Dr. Balbir Gurm, a KPU faculty member; Mani Deol-Fallon,
Director of Operations at Aero Inc., and Navroop Kaur Basra and Suhana
Grover, two high students. Each will share their personal lived experiences
as South Asian women in BC.
Wednesday, February 23
Noon to 1pm

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Lorenda Calvert
Programs Coordinator

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and recognize that we are uninvited guests on this territory.

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