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USask Against Racism

Posted in Arts & Culture, Students & Campus Life, College Vision
Sep 18, 2019

Join members of the USask community to rock against racism during an all-ages concert at Louis' Pub on Sept. 18.

Join members of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) community to rock against racism during an all-ages concert at Louis' Pub on Sept. 18. The concert is being organized by the College of Arts and Science in collaboration with Rock Against Racism Saskatoon and in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU).

USask Against Racism
Date: Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019
Time: 3 - 7 pm
Location: Louis' Pub
Admission: Free

Oral Fuentes Reggae Band
Clara Lessa Band
Jordan Daniels
Monika Gerow & Holden Blue

Following the USask concert, a Rock Against Racism Saskatoon event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 at Amigos Cantina. More information is available on the Amigos website.


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