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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Fashioning Reconciliation is a journey to share truths about the role of clothing in colonization and help organize the Indigenous design industry for cultural resurgence. The second annual event took place on January 30, 2018. It occurs among other events in FSN223: Fashion Concepts & Theory, to audiences of 300 students and attendees.

Panelists included:
-Jasmin Glaw: Sweetgrass Sisters Collective (co-founder)
-Jodi Lynn Maracle (Kanien’keh:ka mother, artist, craftswoman & scholar-activist)
-J’net AyAyQwaYakSheelth (Nuu-chah-nulth textile artist, Indigenous Outreach & Learning Coordinator, ROM)
-Ben Barry