Racist Policing, Prisoner Mistreatment, COVID-19 Lead Prison Decarceration Protest
Protesters chanted “solidarity” alongside prisoners at Bordeaux prison to fight against systemic racism and the prison’s lack of precautions taken in light of COVID-19.
Indies in Local Literary Community Seek Support, Explore Alternative Ways to Provide Their Services
The onslaught of COVID-19 is inevitably hitting small and local bookstores.
A Therapist’s Advice on Surviving Social Distancing
Some tips to turn during uncertain times.
A Passionate Documentary Detailing Toronto’s Black Queer Reality
The film Our Dance of Revolution directed by Phillip Pike had its Quebec premiere on Feb. 24, as part of the Massimadi Festival. The festival was in its twelfth edition, and included a line-up of films that mainly revolve around the Black LGBTQ+ experience.
How BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Students Are Using Their Spirituality to Deal With Their Mental Health
For marginalized students, the relationship to spirituality can be a bit more complicated.
Unveiling a Scathing Investigation into Anti-Blackness in Canada
On Feb. 12, writer and journalist Desmond Cole launched his book The Skin We’re In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power at Montreal’s Drawn and Quarterly. The book is a realistic account of historical and contemporary anti-Blackness in Canada.
No Appointment Has Been Made Since Resignation of Selena Mezher Last Summer
Seven months after the resignation of Selena Mezher, the CSU is still without a Sustainability Coordinator.