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Insights from the Team

Barbara Saldana & Sandra Mouafo


On the lower right side of the video, Barbara Saldana presents in a white room with a large black framed painting in the background, and a white flower vine hanging from it. Saldana is a light skinned woman with dark long hair, large clear framed glasses and large crescent moon shaped earrings. Saldana also wears a mustard coloured turtleneck.


On the upper right side of the video, Sandra Mouafo presents in a white room with a small decorative image on the wall. Mouafo is a brown-skinned person with large glasses, large hoop earrings and a brown-mustard coloured crewneck top.

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Insights from the team

with Barbara Saldana and Sandra Mouafo

Barbara Saldana and Sandra Mouafo are assistant project managers with the Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project.

In this video

Themes

Intersectional identities

Barbara is a Mexican immigrant, Latinx woman and native Spanish speaker in women’s, diversity and human rights studies. Sandra is a second-generation African Canadian of Cameroonian descent in sociology and diversity studies. In this video, Barbara and Sandra provide an overview of the first batch of videos for this project.

In particular, Barbara and Sandra respond to the videos from their unique positionalities as undergraduate interns for this project with different intersectional identities.

Taking action

  •  Stand up for what is right even when it makes you feel uncomfortable

  • Show compassion and listen

Resources

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