We’re very excited for our upcoming leg of the caravan in Guelph and Waterloo.
Saturday, Sept 17 (Guelph)
Film screening of Migrant Dreams. 7-9pm in Room 102, Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph. Director Min Sook Lee, Nandita Sharma and members of the caravan will join in a community panel/Q&A, moderated by Janet McLaughlin, following the screening. RSVP on the Facebook event. If you have accessibility needs, please contact Brad (email@example.com). Please click here for full-size version of the film-screening poster.
Sunday, Sept 18 (Guelph)
The Caravan will honour the life and work of Professor Kerry Preibisch at a special academic forum in Guelph.
Monday, Sept 19 (Guelph)
We will pay a community visit to the WSIB office at 9am to demand justice for injured migrant farmworkers! They are located at 100 Stone Road West, Guelph.
Monday, Sept 19 (Waterloo)
Harvesting Change: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of Canada’s Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program. Hosted by the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University, and the International Migration Research Centre.
- Nandita Sharma (University of Hawai’i)
- David Griffith (East Carolina University)
- Leigh Binford (Staten Island College)
- Janet McLaughlin (Wilfrid Laurier University)
- Jenna Hennebry (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Click on this event page for more details and registration. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.