Black History Trivia
Thursday, February 25 at 5:00pm


Who doesn’t love trivia! Join the CESAR team for a special Black History Month edition of our monthly trivia night!

Multiple prizes are up for grabs - make sure you get one!

Trivia happening over Kahoot with local shop and restaurant gift cards and other giftcards up for grabs!

Get involved!

Want to get more involved and plan a trivia theme? Contact outreach@mycesax.ca.

Don’t forget to also find all the volunteer opportunities, skills opportunities and rewards: www.mycesar.ca/volunteer

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Accessibility and Accommodations:

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive events. Please contact executivedirector@mycesax.ca if you have any access needs or concerns. 



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Movie Night!: Celebrating Black Film
Friday, February 26 at 6:00pm

Join CESAR for Netflix Party streaming of the first episode of “Self Made: Inspired by the life of Madame CJ Walker”.

Following the viewing we will be discussing the importance of Black directors, film makers, and Black film.

Get involved!

Want to get more involved and plan an event ? Contact outreach@mycesax.ca.

Don’t forget to also find all the volunteer opportunities, skills opportunities and rewards: www.mycesar.ca/volunteer

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Accessibility and Accommodations:

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive events. Please contact executivedirector@mycesax.ca if you have any access needs or concerns. 


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CESAR Buy Black Market Launch
Wednesday, March 3 at 2:00pm

Join CESAR for the launch of our Buy Black Market where we will be hosting Black vendors, artists and suppliers goods. The market will continue to exist beyond the launch period for an ongoing platform to buy from Black artists in and around the Ryerson community. The market will be a continuously updated and ongoing Facebook group.

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Accessibility and Accommodations:

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive events. Please contact executivedirector@mycesax.ca if you have any access needs or concerns.


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The Need for Caribbean History
Friday, March 4 at 5:00pm

This will be an opportunity to learn about Caribbean History as intrinsically part of Black history month. Caribbean history is frequently invisible in many university curriculums and areas of study, often leading Caribbean History to be largely ignored in the greater scheme of Black History.

In this discussion we will delve into the history and ongoing struggles of Black Caribbean people and Caribbean settlers/arrivants on Turtle Island (North America/Canada) and the crucial roles these narratives play in the fight for Black liberation.

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Accessibility and Accommodations:

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive events. Please contact executivedirector@mycesax.ca if you have any access needs or concerns.

 Register Here