Please see below/attached information on an upcoming event "Imagining the Peg as Human Rights City" taking place Dec 9th at 12 noon.
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[Flyer for upcoming event titled "Imagining the Peg as a Human Rights City." The flyer has a white background, and at the top a photograph taken from a protest against the BC pipeline taking place in downtown Winnipeg. The poster text reads: Friday Dec 9 2022 12PM - 1:30 Zoom Register: https://tinyurl.com/humanrightsdaywpg What makes a human rights city? Join us for a virtual conversation with a panel of scholars and activists who are working towards having Winnipeg live up to its aspirations of being a human rights city. The panel welcomes: * Warren Clarke, Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Manitoba * Nathan Derejko, Mauro Chair in Human Rights and Social Justice, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba * Reanna Merasty, Artist, Author, and Chair, Welcoming Winnipeg Committee, City of Winnipeg * Joel R. Pruce, Human Rights Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Dayton * Karen Sharma, Manitoba Human Rights Commission The event is in recognition of December 10th, which marks the signing of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.]