Research Nova Scotia supports our academic colleagues who participated in the Scholar Strike on Sept 9th & 10th, 2020 to protest anti-Black, racist and colonial police brutality in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere.

Watch scholars from across Nova Scotia actively engaged in ending all forms of racist, carceral, institutional and systemic forms of violence.

Scholars’ Strike Nova Scotia: Teach In for Black Lives

September 10th | Watch the recording on Facebook

Panelists include:
Rachel Zellars, Saint Mary’s University
Scott Stewart, ANSUT/CBU
Isaac Saney, Dalhousie University
Will Robinson, NSCAD
Sherry Pictou, Dalhousie University
Naiomi Metallic, Dalhousie University
Alex Khasnabish, Mount Saint Vincent University
El Jones, University of King’s College
Val Johnson, SMU
Anthony Gracey, Acadia University
Chris Frazer, St. Francis Xavier University

Moderator: OmiSoore Dryden, Dalhousie University

SCHOLAR STRIKE CANADA: Gender, Colonialism and Anti-Black Police Racist Violence

September 9th | Watch the recording on YouTube

Panelists include:
Erica Violet Lee, Writer and community organizer from Saskatoon
El Jones, Poet, activist, educator and co-founder of the Black Power Hour, a radio show developed with prisoners

Moderator: OmiSoore Dryden, Dalhousie University


Black Lives Matter
More info and resources at:
SCHOLARSTRIKECANADA.CA