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Indian Benefit Dinner

Monday, March 31, 7 p.m.

Breads of India, 2027 St. Laurent

Warm up to a delicious Indian meal hosted by Ashraya Initiative for Children. All proceeds go to India’s street children and their communities. Email rajashree.sen@mail.mcgill.ca to book tickets; walk-ins welcome. Dinner is $15.50.

Screening lives of urban Inuit

Tuesday, April 1, 7:30 p.m.

Arts Building room 215

The director of Be Smile: the Stories of Two Urban Inuit will answer questions following Cinema Politica’s screening of his film. Follow the Inuit experience in Canadian cities with the camera lens focused on two Inuit men. By donation.

The Dictatorship of Debt

April 1,2,3 at 8 p.m.; April 5 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

264 Ste. Catherine E.

Transform from a passive audience member to contributing actor in this upbeat interactive play presented by The Social Justice Theatre Committee. Come work through the politics of debt in this decade-old tradition of the Montreal community.

Admission is $5; tickets available at Lola Rosa, AUS Snax, and Cheap Thrills.

Social equity seminar

Thursday, April 3, 4:30 p.m.

IHSP Conference Room, 1130 Pins O.

Chime in on the Institute for Health and Social Policy’s seminar. Assistant McGill Professor of Law Frédéric Mégret brings to light negative and positive discrimination in the UN Disability Convention. Free.

Birth, babies, and modern medicine

Thursday, April 3, 6 p.m.

1455 Maisonneuve O., room H-110

Women’s Studies Student Association, together with Safe Labor International is co-sponsoring a screening of the film The Business of Being Born. Come learn about the American natural birth movement and the harsh realities for women who give birth in a profit-driven medical system with a panel of local maternity care workers. Tickets are $10, $7 for students.

Party for sex ed

Friday, April 4, 10 p.m.

Main Hall, 5390 Boul. St. Laurent

Hosted by Head & Hands to benefit their Sense Project and peer education program for high-school students. Dance your buns off in support of a holistic approach to sex ed that’s queer-positive and trans-positive.

Last chance! Send us your HAPS to news@mcgilldaily.com before Thursday. Thanks!


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