The urge to identify symbolically with some larger group runs wide: countries, faiths, "races," Ford nation, Leafs nation. What makes identity so compelling?
Questions about why Rachel Dolezal identified herself as a black woman should also be asked from a place of querying whiteness.
Multi-racial researcher and writer Sharon H. Chang explains why being mixed white doesn't make you white.
Meghan Murphy speaks with writer and journalist, Rahila Gupta, about choice feminism and the impact of neoliberalism and identity politics on feminist discourse.
A passionate testimony about the labels and biases applied to racialized populations, especially within the sphere of post secondary education and career paths.
Feb 8, 2014
William Doo Auditorium
45 Wilcocks St.Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 40.4856" N, 79° 24' 3.2256" W
This year we examine how identities are actively negotiated and constructed, ultimately bringing together “non-traditional” communities against colonial domination and structural oppression.
Toronto artist Will Munro's life is captured in this stirring biography about self exploration, community building and the intersection of art and identity.
Art Threat interviewed artist Eloisa Aquino about her series of zines and the role of art and the artist in combating capitalism, patriarchy and heteronormativity.
Have identity politics stifled our ability to call out misogyny when we see it?