Please join an evening centered on discussing and critically exploring the effect racism has on the sexual health of racialized gay and queer guys.There will be an emphasis on HIV.
Our awesome presenter for this event is Jodh Singh Bram, the Men's Health Promotion Coordinator at the Peel HIV/AIDS Network. (full bio below)
Following presentations, there will be time for attendees to ask questions and engage in a general facilitated conversation.
When/Where? Wednesday April, 2020, 2019 from 6:00 to 7:30PM at the Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 2M7. (A few minutes away from Spadina Station)
This is a FREE event with food and drinks. However, space is LIMITED so attendees must register for their free ticket on eventbrite. The facebook page can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/events/525112624910817/
TTC tickets are available upon request. The space is wheelchair accessible, and does not require any steps to enter. If you have questions regarding accessibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an anti white supremacy event that acknowledges racial sexual preferences are racist. The voices of racialized gay and queer men who attend will be privileged in discussion. The event organizer and facilitator identifies as a queer white settler. The event is intended to be informal (no academic or professional experiences needed), and we aim to make it a space where everyone can feel safe, regardless of your age, race, gender, sexuality, disability or HIV status!
Jodh is a change maker and advocate for social justice. He is passionate about reducing harms to racialised and marginalised communities. Jodh established www.fateh.info, an LGBT support service for Sikhs which has the successful backing of LGBTQ+ charities such as; Stonewall UK, Families Together London, The Faith & Belief Forum and Switchboard UK.. Jodh is the Men's Health Promotion Coordinator at the Peel HIV/AIDS Network.
This is a Better than Ted: Talking HIV Research event. Between a long day and getting home, join a friendly and inclusive chat on bold ideas about HIV research: treatment, care, policy, theory, and/or artistic representation. Brought to you by the Centre for Urban Health Solutions at St. Michael's Hospital.
The views, ideas, and opinions expressed during the discussion are not those of the Centre for Urban Health Solutions, St. Michael’s Hospital or Universities Without Walls.