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Humility, responsibility and opportunity: U of T responds to the final TRC Steering Committee report
The University of Toronto “acknowledges responsibility in contributing to the plight of Indigenous peoples” and is taking its first steps in the process of reconciliation, says President Meric Gertler.
“In acknowledging the truth, the university community embraces the opportunity – and indeed its responsibility – to join with Indigenous communities in the collective process of reconciliation,” he said.
University of Toronto’s creative thinkers, writers and storytellers came together on Valentine’s Day for a day of learning and networking at this year’s Field Day conference.
Communications staff from across the university’s campuses, faculties and departments packed into Desautels Hall at Rotman School of Management to gain inspiration from keynote speakers and to celebrate the accomplishments of their colleagues during case-study presentations.
At a time when news feeds are saturated with fake news, misinformation and intolerance, it’s important to stay informed and educated – but the challenge is knowing where to look.
One U of T professor is hoping to change that, at least in a small way. Renée Hložek, who teaches at the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics in the Faculty of Arts & Science, has teamed up with colleagues from the United States to create a comprehensive resource on black history and culture called BlackLight.
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