Saturday & Sunday
Saturday, March 23th – 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Goodspeed Lecture Theatre, Commerce 18
Some exciting highlights from our Saturday and Sunday program:
An edgy morning panel: What would it take for high school, Huskie, and professional teams to become openly inclusive? What are the obstacles? What are the first steps in overcoming the barriers? Who should/will take them? When?
Panelists: Amy Dyck (wrestling), Jacqueline Lavallee (basketball), and Jon Cornish (professional sports).
Some of the possibilities you can choose from in our break-out sessions:
- Sheelah Maclean, and Alex Wilson, “A Teach-In: How to Encourage Queer Allies”
- Andre Grace, “Sexuality, Gender, and the State of Public Health for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth”
- Don Cochrane, “Athletes Standing Up for Sexual Minorities in Sports—A selection of powerful videos”
- Margaret Cornish, “Conversations with Margaret Cornish”
- Angela Reid, Edmonton, roller derby player for Edmonton's Oil City Derby Girls, will explore issues around coming out, sexuality, how to deal with dressing rooms with variously bodied teammates, and more!
Also, the Peter Corren Award, the Bridge City Chorus, pizza at the University Pride Centre for high school students, and more!
Saturday, March 23th – 7:30 p.m.
Movie Night: “Training Rules”
Neatby-Timlin Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, U of S
- Coach Rene Portland’s three rules at Penn State: No Drinking, No Drugs, and No Lesbians.
- Comment by Jill Humbert and Jacquie Lavallee (both former Huskie basketball players) and Candace Bloomquist (former player with the Creighton University NCAA basketball Bluejays).
- Followed by an open discussion.
Sunday, March 24th – 10:30 a.m.
Worship Service, St. Andrew's College Chapel
University of Saskachewan Campus
Join Michael Maclean, Emily Carr, and special guest Rev. Margaret Cornish for an informal worship service held for the Breaking the Silence conference.