Death Cafés feature loosely structured, salon-style conversations around a subject that we often try to push to back of our mind: death. On Tuesday, March 6th, face it head-on with a discussion about death in activist communities.
The lack of justice for Tina Fontaine, Colten Boushie, Alloura Wells and Tess Richey and the discovery that Toronto Police left a serial killer on the loose for a decade of murdering queer men are issues that have left us with unanswered questions. What can we do when so many of our friends and loved ones are murdered and ignored by the very systems that are supposed to protect them? This Death Café will be explicitly political and thinking about how activist movements currently engage with death.
Death Café will take place in Eaton Lecture Hall, Rogers Communication Centre, Room RCC204 (80 Gould Street). Event starts at 7 p.m. Get more info here.