Past Event! Note: this event has already taken place.

Sociology & Anthropology Undergrad vs. TA Dodgeball

November 11, 2017 at 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Location:Norm Fenn Gymnasium
Cost:Free
Audience:Anyone, Current Students
Contact Email:kylecurlew@cmail.carleton.ca

The Sociology and Anthropology Student Association (SASA) and the Sociology and Anthropology Graduate Student Caucus (SAGSC) present the Undergrad vs. TA Dodgeball Tournament!

Please RSVP to kylecurlew@cmail.carleton.ca. You can register a team consisting of your friends OR you can just RSVP as yourself and we will find a team for you. Please note that this is a guest friendly event and we welcome friends and family.

This event is free or by donation. This event will be a fundraiser for Hassan Diab’s legal fees.

Who is Diab? Here is a description from the Justice for Hassan Diab group:
“Dr. Hassan Diab, the Canadian citizen and sociology professor who was unjustly extradited to France in November 2014, approaches his fourth year of imprisonment in France, despite his innocence. In July 2017, the French investigative judge closed his investigations into the case after finding that there is “consistent evidence” that Dr. Diab was not in France at the time of the 1980 bombing near a Paris Synagogue. However, prosecutors have yet to respond despite the normal practice of defence and prosecution responding within 30-days of the closing of the investigation. Hassan’s lawyers responded within 30 days, urging Hassan’s release.”

More information can be found here: http://www.justiceforhassandiab.org/

If we get enough RSVPs, we will also hold a department bake sale to raise extra funds. We will announce whether this will be the case closer to the event.

If you have any accessibility concerns please email the above email address and we will do our best to accommodate. Also, please note that this event will be a safe space in order to accommodate all guests.

Please share with your friends, colleagues, professors, TAs, family, and anyone else who might be interested in playing or spectating. Also, if you can afford to, bring a few dollars to contribute to the Diab legal fees so we can support our Department and the Diab family.