Panel on Racial and Social Profiling Available Online

Grimposium and Project SOMEONE collaborated with Heavy Montréal to bring grindcore legends Pig Destroyer to Théâtre Corona on July 26, 2019. Landscape Of Hate opened the show that also featured a youth workshop and a panel on racial and social profiling moderated by Annabelle Brault, music therapist professor at Concordia University and Landscape of Hate collaborator, with the participation of Vivek Venkatesh, UNESCO co-Chair in Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism, Director, Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance, Associate Professor, Inclusive Practices in Visual Arts, Art Education at Concordia University, Director, Project SOMEONE and co-founder of Landscape of Hate and Landscape of Hope; Elsa F. Mondésir Villefort, Project Manager involved in public education on human rights and the promotion of international solidarity among youth, and member of the Youth Advisory Group of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO;  JR Hayes, Pig Destroyer lyricist and singer and Will Prosper, documentary filmmaker, civil rights activist, former RCMP officer, co-founder of Montréal-Nord Républik, a citizens’ movement against police brutality, and co-founder of Montreal Hoodstock Social Forum. To view the full video of the panel, click here.