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Access Connections Day 2021 poster

Access Connections Day

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The 2nd annual Access Connections Day on March 24 is an opportunity to hear directly from Access Program students and alumni about their time at U of T, including an alumnus from Woodsworth's SEE U of T program.

This virtual forum, entitled Creating Connections, Improving Access, will bring together U of T staff and faculty, as well as local school board and community partners. Participants will engage in conversations centred around today’s social justice priorities that have been heightened around anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; equity issues and COVID-19 and what that means in terms of education and access to education; our communities and the university's responsibility to ensure access to post-secondary education; and to provide space for and hear the voices of access. The goal of the forum is to build and strengthen connections across the access community and operationalize what is learned to improve access.

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