The Daniels Faculty continues its Community for Belonging Reading Group on November 14. The initiative raises awareness of the broad spectrum of identities within the Daniels Faculty community and provides a platform for engagement, interaction and discussion.
Each of the texts in the series is written by, about or for communities that have been historically underrepresented in architecture, design, visual studies and forestry, with the chosen titles meant to serve as springboards for intentional conversations about inclusion and belonging.
The theme for the November Reading Group is Indigenous voices. The texts to be discussed are Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass and the play, The Cave that Hummed a Song by Trina Moyan.
The Community for Belonging Reading Group is sponsored by U of T Affinity Partners, Manulife and TD Insurance.