Anti-Black Racism Workshop

CJAM 99.1 FM is hosting a free Anti-Black Racism Workshop on Thursday May 5th as an opportunity to thoughtfully engage with vital anti-black racism work. Hosted by Irene Moore Davis, local historian and author, discussion topics will include the structures of systemic racism, microaggressions and invalidations (as is related to unconscious bias), and the importance of active allyship.

IRENE MOORE DAVIS (she/her) is President of the Essex County Black Historical Research Society, Co-Founder of Black Women of Forward Action, and fulfills board or committee roles with the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum, BookFest Windsor/Festival du Livre and other organizations. Irene Moore Davis is also a co-host of the podcast All Write in Sin City.

It is with dedicated investment that CJAM 99.1 FM approaches allyship and commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion; building a station atmosphere and culture that is anti-racist, alongside ongoing learning and unlearning.

This workshop was made possible thanks to a grant from the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility at the University of Windsor and through grant funding from the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

The workshop will take place on May 5th 2022 at 5pm EST on Zoom. 

Workshop registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUkcOmhrj4oGNws36h4825Y8VPrJ923wmHP

CJAM Safe Space Policy:
https://mcusercontent.com/123e36aab8ae4a3dbe16c565e/files/ba615208-4fe9-6d37-6d4f-c8601c3cca05/CJAM_99.1_FM__SAFE_SPACE_POLICY.pdf

Questions? Accessibility needs?
contact us at connect.cjam @ gmail.com
or #519-253-3000 ex2525

CJAM 99.1 FM Presents: How to Have a SAFE Night Out Workshop

Concerts, house shows, and house parties are beloved because they allow people to connect while creating a fun atmosphere where people can relax, enjoy themselves, socialize, and celebrate. The reality however, is that on any given day, employees or attendees of these settings may see people who are uncomfortable, or unsafe while not knowing how to help. 

This month, CJAM 99.1 FM is partnering with the SAFE Bar Network for a ~free~ online workshop. How to Have a SAFE Night Out will be taking place on Wednesday August 11th at 6pm EST on Zoom. Join an open conversation about safety, and the entertainment industry – and it’s relationship with alcohol, sexual harassment and misconduct.

learn how to …

  • notice concerning behaviour
  • interrupt effectively
  • provide support
  • active bystander skills
  • create a comfortable, safe, and fun atmosphere that everyone deserves

As concerts, house shows, house parties, and clubs pick back up, let’s work together to perpetuate a culture that is comfortable for all. Registration is FREE and open to everyone. No prior experience required. 

You can find the link to sign up here: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpc-Cprz0qG9fjR5XyRHGHWkcXhWDj9rlX

No prior experience is required. Thank you in advance for joining this crucial conversation. If you have any questions or accessibility needs please contact Digital Concert & Webinar Coordinator Jill (she/her) at cjam.coordinator@gmail.com