Schedule of Events

 

These are the main events that SEDE is organizing for Black History Month 2017 at McGill. They are in collaboration with different partners across McGill and Montreal and take place on and off campus. For a full list of the events via Facebook, click here. For information about any of these events, please contact the blackhistory.sede [at] mcgill.ca (BHM Coordinator)

These are events that are being organized across the McGill campus in celebration of Black History Month. We encourage everyone to check out all of the exciting events students, staff and faculty at McGill have organized! For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly.

These are community events happening across Montreal throughout the month of February. The list is a combination of events being organized in celebration of Black History Month as well as events and activities being organized by Black individuals and organizations across Montreal. There is so much magic happening across the city and we want everyone to experience it! For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly.

 


 

BHM 2017 SEDE Events

 

These are the main events that SEDE is organizing for Black History Month 2017 at McGill. They are in collaboration with different partners across McGill and Montreal and take place on and off campus. For information about any of these events, please contact the blackhistory.sede [at] mcgill.ca (BHM Coordinator).

 

BHM 2017 Social Media & Community Building

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Cafe Collab

Date: Tuesday February 7th 2017

Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: IPLAI | 3610 McTavish Street | 2nd Floor

Description: Join speakers Richenda Grazette and Shanice Nicole as they facilitate a discussion on social media and community building and how their lives and Black communities are impacted both online and offline. Learn more here

Cost: FREE! Register here

 

BHM 2017 5 à 7 for McGill Black Students, Staff & Faculty

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & the Racialized and Ethnic Persons Subcommittee (REP)

Date: Wednesday February 8th 2017

Time: 5 PM - 7 PM

Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge

Description: Inviting Black McGill students, staff, and faculty to meet and greet, break isolation, build connections, and enjoy delicious food! Project: Colour Me Black will also be present to take photos of Black students, staff, and faculty who want to be part of the new photo series capturing the diversity of Black experiences in Montreal. There will be a special section of the series that highlights Black people at McGill! For more information about the project contact colourmeblackmtl [at] gmail.com. Learn more here

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 ABC’s of Canadian Black History Toolkit Workshop

Organized/Presented by SEDE & Angela Campbell, Associate Provost (Equity and Academic Policies)

Date: Thursday February 9th 2017

Time: 12 PM - 2 PM

Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge

Description: Join Dr. Dorothy Williams and Linton Garner as they present the ABC's of Canadian Black History toolkit. Find out how this important and often erased Black history can be incorporated into your learning and curriculum. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here

 

BHM 2017 The African Roots of Yoga: Smai Tawi/Kemetic Yoga

Organized/Presented by SEDE & Studio Alkemy Yoga & Wellness

Date: Saturday February 11th 2017

Time: 1 PM - 4 PM

Location: Studio Alkemy Yoga & Wellness | 5145 Decarie Boulevard | Suite 100

Description: Join Kassandra Kernisan, founder of Studio Alkemy Yoga & Wellness for a historical presentation and discussion on the African origins of Yoga and the relevance of this ancient practice in today’s world. The presentation will be followed by a demo and practice. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 On Haunted Places: Encountering Slavery in 90s Montreal

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Montreal History Group, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM) & Professor Mary Anne Putanen

Date: Monday February 13th 2017

Time: 12 PM - 2 PM

Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge

Description: Join scholar Délice Mugabo from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York as she presents her research on histories and impacts of slavery and anti-Blackness in Montreal. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here

 

BHM 2017 Project X Racial Profiling Workshop

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Head & Hands, Women of Colour Collective (WOCC), Black Law Students’ Association of McGill (BLSAM), The Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory (LLDRL)

Date: Thursday February 16th 2017

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | New Chancellor Day Hall | Room 102

Description: This workshop will be facilitated by Ralph, Legal Services Coordinator at Head & Hands. He will discuss racial profiling and the historical impact it has on racialized groups, particularly Black communities. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 Struggles & Strategies: Parent-Educators of Black Kids

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Hala Mreiwed, PhD Student in DISE, the McGill Faculty of Education, and the SSHRC-funded Urban Arts High School Project

Date: Thursday February 16th 2017

Time: 4 PM - 6 PM

Location: Stewart Biology Building | 1205 Dr. Penfield Avenue | Room N2/2

Description: Join Adama Kaba and Mubeenah Mughal, two Black parent-educators as they discuss the anti-Black racism that they’ve encountered in the education system, ways they’ve struggled against it, and strategies they’ve used for educating teachers on how best to provide an environment where the self-esteem and dignity of their children are protected. Learn more here

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 SPEAK B(L)ACK - A Black History Month Spoken Word Show

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, Kama La Mackerel, Artist in Residence of DISE, P. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education and the Arts, Black Students’ Network (BSN) & McGill African Students Society (MASS)

Date: Friday February 17th 2017

Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 McTavish Street | SSMU Ballroom

Description: SPEAK B(L)ACK is an evening of spoken word, hosted by Kama La Mackerel where the stage will be open for Black folks to perform. The show will include four feature artists as well as an open mic. Register to perform here. SPEAK B(L)ACK is an opportunity to speak black and to speak back. SPEAK B(L)ACK is also a response to Michèle Lalonde's nationalist poem "Speak White." Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

BHM 2017 Community & Family Day

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, McGill Family Care Program & IPLAI

Date: Sunday February 19th 2017

Time: 10 AM - 5 PM

Location: DESTA Black Youth Network | 1950 St. Antoine Street West

Description: This event welcomes families and people of all ages to join in the BHM celebration! The day will feature workshops and activities such as a screening of short film Sweet Blackberry’s Garret’s Gift, and a workshop on exploring Black history through storytelling and artmaking. A full schedule of the day is coming soon! Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

BHM 2017 The Art of Stepping

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Kayin Queeley

Date: Monday February 20th 2017

Time: 12 PM - 1:30 PM

Location: McGill Athletics & Recreation | 475 Pine Avenue West | Studio | Room G-17

Description: Join Kayin Queeley for an introductory step dancing workshop and learn about the traditional history of stepping in Black communities while making music with your body. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 Discussion Group For Black Students at McGill

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) Equity & Diversity

Date: Monday February 20th 2017

Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Location: Thomson House | 3650 McTavish Street | Room 403

Description: February’s PGSS Equity & Diversity Discussion Group for Racialized and Ethnic Students will be a special edition for BHM hosted by Safyer McKenzie Sampson and will offer a closed space for Black undergraduate and graduate students to share and explore their experiences and challenges at McGill and outside of the university. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 Octavia E. Butler & Black Women Writers Commemoration

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & QPIRG McGIll Alternative Resource Library

Date: Wednesday February 22nd 2017

Time: 8 PM - 10 PM

Location: ECOLE | 3559 University Street

Description: In honour of Octavia E. Butler and other powerful Black women writers, join us for an evening of literature and poetry hosted by Whitney French. Favourite passages and poems will be shared and we will celebrate the writing of Black women. The growing collection of Octavia E. Butler books at the QPIRG McGill Alternative Resource Library will also be on display! Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 Colonialism and Relationship To Land

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE, First People’s House, Re:BODIES

Date: Thursday February 23rd 2017

Time: 12 PM - 2 PM

Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 McTavish Street | SSMU Club Lounge | Room 401

Description: This closed workshop for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour [BIPOC] communities will be facilitated by members of Re:BODIES, Chloe Cavis and Sophia Fuad. Participants will learn about colonial disconnection and the impact on our bodies and communities, strategies for reclaiming bodily sovereignty, and how to promote a culture of Black resistance and healing. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! Register here.

 

BHM 2017 Writing While Black with Whitney French

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & Whitney French

Date: Thursday February 23rd 2017

Time: 6 PM - 9 PM

Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge

Description: Whitney French and her celebrated Writing While Black workshop is returning to Montreal and this time at McGill! Black writers and creatives will have the opportunity to meet each other and write together while sharing experience and challenges. This writing workshop is open to Black students, staff, faculty and community members. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE! (McGill Students, Staff, Faculty) | $10 (Community Members) | $15 (Door Price) Register here.

 

BHM 2017 BFCN Presents #ReadToLead Launch at McGill

Organizers/Presenters: SEDE & The Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN)

Date: March 1-31st 2017

Time: All Day

Location: Online

Description: #ReadToLead is an annual online reading campaign created by the Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN) to share and celebrate Black authors. The campaign runs all March and encourages people to continue the learning after Black History Month ends by reading and honouring Black authors. Read and then take the lead by sharing it! Tweet @BFCN2011 the title and author with the hashtag #ReadToLead and submissions will be added to a growing list! Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

BHM 2017 General McGill Events

 

These are events that are being organized across the McGill campus in celebration of Black History Month. We encourage everyone to check out all of the exciting events students, staff and faculty at McGill have organized! For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly.

 

BLACK TALK: Black History Month Programming at CKUT

Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network (BSN) & CKUT 90.3 FM

Date: Wednesday, February 1st 2017

Time: 11 AM - Midnight

Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | www.ckut.ca

Description: Join BSN on CKUT 90.3 FM for 13 hours of Afrocentric programming! Learn more here.

Cost: FREE

 

AHCS Speaker Series - Simone Browne: A Field Guide to Surveillance Studies and Blackness

Organizers/Presenters: Department of Art History and Communication Studies (AHCS)

Date: Wednesday February 1st 2017

Time: 5:30 PM - 7 PM

Location: Arts Building | 853 Sherbrooke Street West | Room W-215

Description: This talk situates blackness as an absented presence in the field of surveillance studies, and questions how a realization of the conditions of blackness—the historical, the present, and the historical present— can help social theorists understand our contemporary conditions of surveillance. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Revitalizing Indigenous African Knowledge

Organizers/Presenters: McGill African Students Society (MASS)

Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017

Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Location: McConnell Engineering Building | 3480 University Street

Description: This panel will help showcase some of the traditional African scientific and technological insights highlighting the relationship between technology and culture. THe panel will also suggest ways to create a bridge between indigenous and western science and how to reincorporate indigenous knowledge in modern education. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Art, Poetry, and Prose (bsn x wandc 2.0)

Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network (BSN) & Word and Colour

Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017

Time: 8:30 PM - 11 PM

Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 McTavish Street | SSMU Ballroom

Description: This will be an night of poetry, art, and prose from writers and artists of the Black Students' Network and Word and Colour. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Soul Food Friday

Organizers/Presenters: The Black Students’ Network of McGill (BSN)

Date: Friday February 3rd 2017

Time: 12 PM - 2 PM

Location:  William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 McTavish Street |  Lev Bukhman

Description: Join BSN for some soul food! Bring your tupperware and enjoy fried chicken, mac and cheese, fries, coleslaw. Desserts and more! Learn more here.

Cost: $5

 

MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Black Skin, Blue Masks: Medical Practices in Africa

Organizers/Presenters: McGill African Students Society

Date: Friday February 3rd 2017

Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Location: Arts Building | 853 Sherbrooke Street West | Room 145

Description: This panel discussion will address the current state of medical practices by addressing medical breakthroughs on the continent, international medical aid distribution, the effects of universalizing medical discourses on traditional medical practices, as well as the role of the African diaspora on medical development. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - The Image of the "Average" African and its Discontents

Organizers/Presenters: McGill African Students Society

Date: Saturday February 4th 2017

Time:12 PM - 2 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | New Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court

Description: This panel will analyze the social and economic impact of bad representation. Topics such as Islamophobia, self-esteem and the fear of doing business in Africa will be explored. The panel will also critically look at current movements fighting over the lack of representation and misrepresentation of African/Black people in the media. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

MASS Africa Development Convention | Africa in the 4th Dimension: Development on a Continuum - Not African Enough?: In Conversation with African Diaspora Youth

Organizers/Presenters: McGill African Students Society

Date: Saturday February 4th 2017

Time: 3 PM - 5 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | New Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court

Description: This panel will explore the role of the African diaspora youth in today’s world, and how they are working to reclaim and reconstruct the narratives surrounding them and the continent through the platforms of visual arts, social media, and social entrepreneurship. Guest speakers will analyze identity politics, obstacles faced by the African diaspora youth in their respective professions, and further challenge the divide between African youth in the diaspora and on the continent. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Donald Trump on Trial: Discussion and Town Hall

Organizers/Presenters: Black Students’ Network (BSN)

Date: Monday February 6th 2017

Time: 4 PM - 5:45 PM

Location: William Shatner University Centre (SSMU Building) | 3480 McTavish Street |  SSMU Clubs Lounge

Description: This holistic discussion will address the state of Trump's policies and what they represent to marginalized communities. In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Quebec City, we will discuss what the rise in radical rightist ideology continues to mean to marginalized peoples in the United States and Canada and what Trump means to all of us. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Revolutions in Music

Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM

Date: Tuesday February 7th 2017

Time: 3 PM - 5 PM

Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | www.ckut.ca

Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. Tune in every Tuesday from 3 PM - 5 PM. The show’s theme on the 7th is Revolutions in Music and will be featuring live performances by Strange Froots and Sabina Rony plus a discussion on revolution in rhythms. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

[CANCELLED] Death Grips: Notes on Film Blackness and 2016 with Michael B. Gillespie

Organizers/Presenters: The Moving Image Research Lab (MIRL)

Date: Thursday February 9th 2017

Time: 5 PM

Location: 3475 Peel St | Room 101

Description:The talk will consider some of the significant arguments and themes of Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Film with attention to visual historiography, the black absurd, film form, and how the proposition of addressing the idea of black film through the critical lens of black visual and expressive culture is particularly consequential for understanding the critical richness of contemporary enactments of film blackness. 

Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Open Conversation: Racism and Islamophobia: “How do we talk about racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom?”

Organizers/Presenters: TBD

Date: Monday February 13th 2017

Time: 4 PM - 5 :30 PM

Location: Morrice Hall | 3485 McTavish Street | Tuesday Night Café Theatre (TNC) | Room 017

Description: Join us for an open conversation for students, professors, and all members of the community to gather and share ideas about ways to confront and challenge racism and Islamophobia on campus and in the classroom. Organized by professors and students at McGill, we hope that many will come and share ideas, experiences, reflections and plans for action!

Cost: FREE!

 

The Untold Story of Slavery in Canada and Montreal

Organizers/Presenters: Casarina Hocevar & Nadir Khan

Date: Monday February 13th 2017

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court

Description: This panel will explore an untold story of our past: the history of slavery and the slave trade in Montreal and Canada. Join Professor Charmaine Nelson, Dr. Dorothy Williams, and Délice Mugabo for a panel discussion. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Slow Jams and Black Femmes

Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM

Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017

Time: 3 PM - 5 PM

Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | www.ckut.ca

Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. Tune in every Tuesday from 3 PM - 5 PM. The show’s theme on the 14th is Slow Jams and Black Femmes and will be featuring a live performance by rapper and poet Sarasheline plus a conversation on dating while Black, with Ellise Barbara. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Conversations with Muslims

Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017

Time: 5:30 PM

Location: Wilson Hall | 3506 University Street | Wendy Patrick Room

Description: After the tragic events in Quebec City, there was an outpouring of compassion towards the Muslim community. We (a group of Muslims from McGill and beyond supported by friends from many diverse organizations) want to go beyond compassion and promote dialogue. We wish for everyone to know the Muslim next door as a human being, who lives a very similar life to their own. Come and have small group discussions with Muslims (not Muslim scholars, nor experts), ask questions that you always wanted to and exchange in a safe space. Space is limited, first come, first served. Priority for those who RSVP (audrey.hachey [at] mail.mcgill.ca) and arrive before 5:15 PM. Doors open at 5 PM. Snacks will be served.

Cost: FREE!

 

Black Law Students’ Association of McGill (BLSAM) Carnival Coffeehouse

Organizers/Presenters: Black Law Students’ Association of McGill (BLSAM)

Date: Thursday February 16th 2017

Time: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | Atrium

Description: This event is a closed space for Law students and is hosted by BLSAM to celebrate Black history and Black law students and legal professionals at the Law Faculty. Learn more here.
Cost: FREE!

 

Life After Your Degree: What Black Students Need to Know

Organizers/Presenters: the McGill Black Alumni Association (M.B.A.A) & the McGill Life AYD (After Your Degree)

Date: Thursday February 16th 2017

Time: 6 PM - 9 PM

Location: Brown Building | 3600 McTavish Street | Room 5001

Description: This event will be a panel discussion on post-McGill life and career advancement followed by a networking session. The goal of this panel is to support Black students by informing them and advising them about the realities of being Black post-McGill with advice and insight coming from Black McGill alumni from a variety of disciplines. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

A Soul Sampler: A Taste of Gospel

Organizers/Presenters: Cora-Lee Conway

Date: Friday February 17th 2017

Time: 7:30 PM - 9 PM

Location: Royal Victoria College Residences (RVC) | 3425 University Street | West Lounge

Description: Gospel music has strong roots in the Black oral tradition and is also firmly rooted as a staple within various genres of Christian faith-based communities. The evening will explore a diverse range of gospel music styles and invite audience participation. There will be a casual Q&A to explore topics around spirituality, faith, race, music, resilience etc. The singers come from diverse backgrounds but have all sung gospel, and share a love for this genre music. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - Mount Real Extraordinaires

Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM

Date: Tuesday February 7th 2017

Time: 3 PM - 5 PM

Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | www.ckut.ca

Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. Tune in every Tuesday from 3 PM - 5 PM. The show’s theme on the 21st is Mount Real Extraordinaires and will be feature Montreal Black artists only exclusively plus a discussion on Black artists' place in Quebec's music industry and a live performance by Patrice Dauphin. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Black Women and the Law

Organizers/Presenters: the Black Law Students’ Association of McGill (BLSAM)

Date: Wednesday February 22nd 2017

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Faculty of Law | 3644 Peel Street | Chancellor Day Hall | Moot Court

Description: This year’s panel will include legal professionals and community activists whose trajectories towards excellence in their individual career paths, serve as an inspiration and reminder to young Black women that despite continued systemic oppression, the sky is indeed the limit. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

CKUT Montreal Sessions: Black February Month Edition - AfroFuturism

Organizers/Presenters: CKUT 90.3 FM

Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017

Time: 3 PM - 5 PM

Location: CKUT 90.3 FM | www.ckut.ca

Description: Elena Stoodley will host a special Black February Month edition of CKUT 90.3 FM’s Montreal Sessions. Tune in every Tuesday from 3 PM - 5 PM. The show’s theme on the 28th is AfroFuturism and will feature a live performance by James Goddard. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

 

Massimadi at McGill

Organizers/Presenters: The Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (IGSF) & Arc en Ciel d’Afrique/African Rainbow

Date: Wednesday March 1st 2017

Time: 7 PM

Location: 3475 Peel Street | Room 101

Description: Two films will be screened as part of special edition of Massimadi at McGill. diaspora / situations is a series of short portraits where people reflect on the intimate impact of the diaspora on their way of life. This project, which has since become a documentary, aims to bring together several voices - at once rare, spiritual, marginalized, free, trapped, poetic, scholarly. To make them be seen, to pay homage to them in all their complexities.Rainbow Revolution, directed by Kaneal Gayle, documents the first ever week of Pride events in Jamaica in 2015, a country often labelled as one of the most homophobic countries on earth. The film features Simone Harris exploring her life, bravery as well as her contribution to what was Jamaica's first Pride celebration. The film will be followed by a discussion with the director Kaneal Gayle via Skype. Learn more here.

Cost: FREE!

BHM 2017 Community Events

 

These are community events happening across Montreal throughout the month of February. The list is a combination of events being organized in celebration of Black History Month as well as events and activities being organized by Black individuals and organizations across Montreal. There is so much magic happening across the city and we want everyone to experience it! For information about any of these events, please contact the organizers directly.

 

Special shout out to Black Trans Living Month launched by Kim Ninkuru. Black Trans Living Month is a celebration of Black trans lives and will feature a series of events throughout February providing a platform for Black trans and gender non-conforming people! Learn more here.

 

Rap Battle Against Police Brutality Workshop

Date: Wednesday February 1st 2017

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Learn more here.

Simone Browne – Surveillance Studies and Blackness

Date: Thursday February 2nd 2017

Time: 4 PM – 6 PM

Learn more here.

Kalmunity Jazz Project - Super Dub Sunday ft. K’Coneil

Date: Sunday February 5th 2017

Time: 9 PM

Learn more here.

 

Sista Sista: The Ups and Downs of the Black Dating Scene

Date: Wednesday February 8th 2017

Time: 6 PM - 9 PM

Learn more here.

 

Black Queer Sex, Love, and Life in the Age of AIDS

Date: Thursday February 9th, 2017

Time: 6:45 PM - 9 PM

Learn more here.

 

Film Screening: OUVRIR LA VOIX D’Amandine Gay

Date: Friday February 10th 2017

Time: 5:30 PM – 10 PM

Learn more here.

 

Brown Beauties Brunching

Date: Sunday February 12th 2017

Time: 11 AM – 4:30 PM

Learn more here.

 

Impressions Presents: BOOKS & BRUNCH

Date: Sunday February 12th 2017

Time: 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Learn more here.

 

Art of Performing Aural Sex

Date: Sunday February 12th 2017

Time: 6 PM - 11 PM

Learn more here.

 

Kalmunity Jazz Project - The Afro Jazz Project

Date: Sunday February 12th 2017

Time: 9 PM

Learn more here.

 

The Same Difference + Pariah - Screenings and Discussion with Director

Date: Monday February 13th 2017

Time: 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Learn more here.

 

Self-Love Cabaret: l'amour se conjuge à la première personne

Date: Tuesday February 14th 2017

Time: 7:15 PM – 11:30 PM

Learn more here. ​

Rap Battles Against Police Brutality

Date: Wednesday February 15th 2017

Time: 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Learn more here.

Voir Plus Loin! La Santé Mentale des femmes Racisées

Date: Friday February 17th 2017

Time: 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Learn more here.

Jazz, Soul & Kemetic Yoga

Date: Saturday February 18th 2017

Time: 1:00 PM m- 3:00 PM

Learn more here.

 

BTW Presents Bluenose by Emil Sher

Date:  Saturday February 18th 2017

Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Learn more here.

 

Kalmunity Jazz Project - The Caribbean Jazz Jam

Date: Sunday February 19th 2017

Time: 9 PM

Learn more here.

 

Massimadi Opening Film: KIKI

Date: Thursday February 23rd 2017

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Learn more here.

I Am Not Your Negro Documentary Essay Screening

Date: Thursday February 23rd 2017

Time: 8 PM - 10 PM

Learn more here.

 

Brother 2 Brother: 500 Years Later Screening and Discussion

Date: Friday February 24th 2017

Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Learn more here.

 

Gender B(l)ender #33: Open Mic Queer

Date: Friday February 24th 2017

Time: 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Learn more here.

 

Kalmunity Jazz Project - An Ode To The Black Panther Party

Date: Sunday February 26th 2017

Time: 9 PM

Learn more here.

Fearing the Black Body: Panel on Gender, Violence & Resistance

Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017

Time: 5:30 PM - 7 PM

Learn more here.

 

Black Love Matters Montreal Édition 2

Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017

Time: 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Learn more here.

 

Trans Trenderz x BLM Montreal Presents: #BlackToTheFuture2

Date: Tuesday February 28th 2017

Time: 9 PM - 2 AM

Learn more here.