President William Lahey and the King’s Board of Governors Equity Committee invite you to an information forum on King’s connections with slavery. A light lunch will be provided. Please RSVP at email@example.com
In February 2018, Professor William Lahey, President of the University of King’s College, announced the establishment of a scholarly inquiry to examine the possible connections of the university with slavery in the late 18th. and early 19th centuries. The initial project will consist of four research papers written by leading Canadian scholars and is expected to be completed early 2019.
With William Lahey, President; Douglas Ruck, Chair of King’s Board of Governors; Donald MacLean, member of the Board of Governors; Shirley Tillotson, member of the Inquiry research team & the Lord Dalhousie panel; Sylvia Hamilton, member of the Inquiry research team; and Dorota Glowacka, chair of the Inquiry review panel.
An active listener will be present at the event. We would like to acknowledge that the University of King’s College is in Mi’kma’ki, an ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.