Anti-Racism 101: Community, Institutional, and Clinical Applications

last updated: March 3, 2022

The Psychology Graduate Students’ Association (PGSA) at the University of Regina presents the Anti-Racism Speaker Series with a special session discussing Anti-Racism 101: Community, Institutional, and Clinical Applications.

When: Saturday March 5, 2022 from 11am-1:00pm MST

Who: Lori Campbell, Dr. Alex L. Pieterse, and Hasan Hai. The session will be moderated by Dr. Jerome Cranston.

What: This seminar will help individuals and organizations identify ways in which they can engage in actionable anti-racism initiatives by hearing experiences from our presenters who work in community, institutional, and community-based settings in Canada and the U.S. Questions are welcome during the Q+A portion!

For Whom: All psychology trainees and providers, students, community members, or other health care providers are invited to join us. Please feel free to invite your colleagues and friends to come learn together!

*This event is sponsored by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Section for Clinical Psychology.

*Please note, this session will not be recorded. Please reach out with questions to

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