Come hear ‘The Kid Sid’ share a powerful and personal story at the 2nd annual White Ribbon Conference.

Sid Naidu ( also known as ‘the Kid Sid’) is currently the Mentoring Officer at the Tri-Mentoring Program at Ryerson University. After completing a fulfilling student driven undergraduate career, he stayed back to continue aiding the student experience by helping other make their mark on campus.

He is the founder of one of the first Urban Culture groups at Ryerson University and a pioneer for many other initiatives in student community life during 2005-2008. He has spent a good period of his time as a free lance photographer which was one of his first passions growing up in the south east boroughs. Internationally inspired the kid has his sights now set on making change beyond his local scene to a support a global one.

“It’s the passion you find in living life that keeps you forever young” – The Kid Sid

Twitter: @thekidsid



Join us at  What Makes A Man. Higher Unlearning: The 2012 White Ribbon Conference on Saturday February 11th to hear Sid and many other speakers speak at a discussion-focused conference looking at the spectrum of identities, experiences and realities that determine ‘What Makes a Man’.

What Makes A Man. Higher Unlearning:
The 2012 White Ribbon Conference

Saturday February 11th

ENG 103 in the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre.
245 Church St. (South/East corner of Church St and Gould St.)
Ryerson University

11:00am – Morning Session begins
12:20pm – Lunch Break
1:20pm – Afternoon session begins
4:30pm – Dinner Break
5:45pm – Evening session with SHIHAN

ADMISSION $10 (or pay what you can)
Lunch provided by Salad King.
*All proceeds go to the White Ribbon Campaign*

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