The Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African Peoples is hosting its annual open house Thursday, Sept. 19, from 3 to 6pm at 314 York Lanes, Keele campus.
The Harriet Tubman Institute is part of an international network of research centres committed to overcoming injustice and inequity as a result of slavery. Its research focuses on the forced and voluntary movement of African peoples around the world. As a social innovator, the institute’s mandate is to promote a greater understanding of the history of slavery and its legacy. The institute fosters debate, informs public policy and strives to resolve current social injustices.
Come learn about its programs, activities and research, as well as upcoming events for the year. Stay for refreshments and meet the Harriet Tubman faculty and staff.