Author: Antidote Team

HERE I STAND: Stories of Immigrant and Refugee Youth

HERE I STAND: Stories of Immigrant and Refugee Youth

HERE I STAND: Stories of Immigrant and Refugee Youth Directed by: Yasmine Kandil Live music by: Enrique Rivas & Rob Hunter Project Coordinator: Negin Naraghi The Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Center Society would like to invite you to: “Here I Stand”: a theater performance by immigrant and refugee youth. The group was formed in October…

Homospun Dance Party!

Homospun Dance Party!

Homospun collective presents… “Stonewall was a RIOT! A dance party to celebrate queer resistance” Friday July 2, 2010 from 9-2 19+, i.d. please Norway House 1110 Hillside Ave. Coast Salish Territory $5 – 10 sliding scale (no one turned away) Wheelchair accessible No costumes are required. Please feel free to come however you feel best!…

Rock Your Fro Party!

Rock Your Fro Party!

“A hair party”!  Absolutely!  On July 10th, AFRO DIVA Hair Salon (1820 Oak Bay Avenue) in partnership with Status Barber Shop and Antidote Network wants you to join a celebration of “HAIR” at “ROCK YOUR FRO” event. The search is on for the most innovative and funkiest hair style that Vancouver Island has to offer. …

Lansdowne Lecture Series presents Dr. Marie Battiste

Lansdowne Lecture Series presents Dr. Marie Battiste

Lansdowne Lecture Series presents Dr. Marie Battiste (Academic Director of the Aboriginal Research Centre and current professor in the Dept. of Educational Foundations at the University of Saskatchewan. Catch her lecture titled “Aboriginal Resilience, Resistance, and Renaissance in Forging a Transsystemic Reform of Knowledge and Learning” presented by UVic’s Indigenous Education and Faculty of Education….

Free Community Class: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Free Community Class: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples in Canada Marc Pinkoski This 5-week course is designed from a set of classes I have recently taught at UVic. I have two purposes for offering it: The first is to introduce students to the discipline of anthropology and the second is to show the relationship of anthropology to Indigenous Peoples…