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Intersections of Marginalized Identities and Homelessness

June 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

We invite you to join us for the next session in our ALIGN Speaker Series: Intersections of Marginalized Identities and Homelessness.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Naheed Dosani and Clayton Thomas-Müller, who will speak about the intersections of marginalized identities and homelessness.

About this event:
When: Wednesday, June 19th, 2024, 2 to 3 pm EST (12 to 1 pm SK time).
Where: Please register for the Zoom link (please note the Zoom session will not be recorded)

Dr. Naheed Dosani is a palliative care physician and health justice activist. Dr. Dosani is dedicated to advancing equitable access to healthcare for people experiencing structural vulnerabilities like poverty and homelessness. These efforts include founding & leading the Palliative Education and Care for the Homeless (PEACH) Program at the Inner City Health Associates in downtown Toronto, serving as the Medical Director of Kensington Hospice, as Health Equity Lead at Kensington Health, a Health Equity Expert Advisor at the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer and as a palliative care physician at St. Michael’s Hospital at Unity Health Toronto.
Clayton Thomas-Müller is an award-winning film director, media producer, organizer, facilitator, public speaker, and bestselling author on Indigenous rights and environmental and economic justice. His book Life in the City of Dirty Water was a national bestseller and a CBC Canada Reads finalist.
Moderated by Abbey Radford, a Métis doctoral student in the clinical psychology program at Lakehead University. Abbey works on various research projects focused on topics such as child maltreatment, youth homelessness, vaccine hesitancy, peer interventions, e-health interventions, and transdiagnostic interventions for children.

For Whom: All professionals, students and members of the community are invited to join us! Please also feel free to invite your colleagues and friends to come learn together!
Cost: Free!


June 19
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm