The Centre for Fashion Diversity & Social Change (FDSC) at Ryerson University draws on creative fashion mediums to collect, extend, analyze and share research to fuel diversity & social change.
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Diversity NOW! invited Fashion Scholar-Activist Kim Jenkins (Parsons School of Design & Pratt Institute) to lecture on fashion and race. Photographed with Michel Ghanem, FDSC research assistant.

The annual event took place on March 13, 2018. It occurs among other events in FSN223: Fashion Concepts & Theory, to audiences of 300 students and attendees.