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Announcing the 6 Degrees Junior Fellows for 2017

With a little more than a week to go until the 6 Degrees Citizen Space 2017, we are incredibly excited to announce this year’s 6 Degrees Junior Fellows.

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Kent Monkman to unveil Two Ships at 6 Degrees Citizen Space

Two Ships, a monumental history painting, will be unveiled in conjunction with 360: Bridges, our session on building alliances between Indigenous peoples and newcomers to Canada. Read more

Gayatri Kumar
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Indigenous nationhood can save the world. Here's how

Neo-liberalism and capitalist political movements – often called "development" – always come at the cost of Indigenous nations and citizens.

Niigaan Sinclair
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Does Democracy Have a Future? Moral and Political Argument in the Age of Trump, with Michael Sandel

In an evening of lively discussion and debate, Sandel will apply his wildly popular Socratic approach and challenge you to think, react and respond to some of the most important questions we face – both as Canadians and as citizens of the world.

Karin Chykaliuk, Executive Producer
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I stopped talking to white people about race. Here’s what I learned

I've never been keen on inclusion because it's an uncritical cop-out, accepting the status quo as is, while fretting why the marginalized are not fully participating. Materially, through race, class, gender, wealth or access to opportunity, we are not all the same, and never have been.

Reni Eddo-Lodge

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6 Degrees drives a global conversation on citizenship and inclusion. The Canadian initiative is at once an immersive annual three-day event in Toronto, a series of one-day sessions across the globe, and a digital space where ideas and experiences are continuously shared. 6 Degrees is about connection, conversation, artistic representation and the power that comes from bringing engaged people together. It counters rising nativism and exclusion, and instead, invites everyone to find a place in our circle. 6 Degrees breaks down barriers and brings together authors and activists, artists and academics to think out loud and reframe the debate over inclusion and active citizenship.

6 DEGREES
CITIZEN SPACE 2017

September 25-27, 2017
Art Gallery of Ontario and Koerner Hall
Toronto
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September 25-27, 2017
Art Gallery of Ontario and Koerner Hall
Toronto
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Den Haag

THE RISE
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Peace Palace
Den Haag, NL
April 3, 2017

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Peace Palace
Den Haag, NL
April 3, 2017

Vancouver

ARE YOU HOME?

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Vancouver, Canada
April 24, 2017

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SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Vancouver, Canada
April 24, 2017

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