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Working Woke in the Fight for Equity: A Meaningful Conversation with Black Queer Caribbean Activist Tasheka Lavann

As a part of Equity Week 2018 at the University of Regina, UR Pride Centre is bringing Tasheka Lavann, a Black Queer Caribbean Activist, to campus to share her story with us and talk about how we can do meaningful work to promote equity for all queer and trans communities.

Please join us at the RIC Atrium, at the University of Regina, on March 19th 2018 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. to learn with Tasheka and the UR Pride community. All are welcome.

UR Pride Centre sincerely thanks the University of Regina's President's Office, Regina Public Interest Research Group and the Women's Centre of the University of Regina for their financial support.

This is a free event. If you require financial support to attend the event, please reach out to us at

More information:

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Monday, March 19, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

RIC Atrium
Main Campus

About Tasheka Lavann:
"Born on the Caribbean island of Antigua and Barbuda, Tasheka Lavann left her home country over two years ago to find happiness and safety in Canada. Not one to accept defeat, Lavann turned her circumstances into an opportunity for awareness. As a former TV news anchor, she began advocating for LGBT rights in the Caribbean, while using her voice to speak out against homophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination across the world. Tasheka's work can be found on Huffington Post, Caribbean News Now, her YouTube Channel - Island Lez Talk, the Michelle Meow's Show in the US, among other platforms. Also a talented singer, Tasheka uses her performances to promote love and peace, as heard in her debut single "We Are One ". She is one of several activists in Canada who was honored as Grand Marshal during the inaugural Fierte Canada Pride last summer in Montreal. Find out more about Tasheka on"

Jacq Brasseur
306-586-8811 Ext. 207

The University has a manual wheelchair available on a first-come, first-served basis for use by campus visitors attending events. Please contact the Centre for Student Accessibility at 306-585-4631 or e-mail to request use of the wheelchair. Please allow five working days notice before your visit.

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