Practicing Intersectional Solidarity (Saskatoon)

In this 3 day workshop you will hear from union leaders, city council members, community organizers, academic experts and amazing inspiring leaders who will be sharing their tools around our theme: practicing intersectional solidarity.

How do we build movements and organizations that are inclusive and that foster relationships of reciprocity and accountability?

How do the calls to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the idea of decolonization provide a new context to think about our Treaty Relations?

This program aims to be accessible to anybody in Saskatchewan:

Price: $80.00 (includes one meal each day). Prices are based on a sliding scale. Discount and full subsidized tickets are available based on need. Subsidies for transport and childcare are also available.

Suggested Age Range: 17-32

Dates and Time and Location

Friday Oct 26th

4pm -9pm

Station 20 West, 1120 20th St W Saskatoon SK

Saturday Oct 27th

9:30 - 6pm

Station 20 West, 1120 20th St W Saskatoon SK

Sunday Oct 28th

9:30 - 6pm

CNYC, 905 20th St W Saskatoon SK


Note: We encourage registration from people of all genders and sexualities, Two-Spirit people, Indigenous people, people of colour, low-income earners and the unemployed, newcomers, and people with disabilities. We encourage participants with children to register – childcare subsidies are available. We acknowledge that systemic oppression and harsh realities of life may make participation difficult for some, and will do our best to assist those who want to participate.

Next Up Saskatchewan acknowledges that we live and work on Treaty 6 Territory, the traditional territories of the Neyinowak Inniwak (Cree) and Metis peoples. We affirm our relationships to each other and to the land, and are committed to keep learning our responsibilities and accountabilities as Treaty people.

October 26, 2018 at 12:00pm - October 28, 2018
Manuela Valle-Castro ·