Halfway through the semester and I haven’t learned anything
Someone recently asked me how I felt being halfway through the semester. I had to take a moment to process what they were talking about because there’s absolutely no way we’re midway through fall 2020. I’ve learned nothing.
Series of virtual panels to address colourism and white-passing privilege
Fruition Mtl, a QTBIPOC collective, is organizing a series of events with the help of Concordia’s Center for Gender Advocacy.
Pressure to keep cameras on hurts some students
We’ve been facing big adjustments in this new era of online school, work, and the digital alternatives to in-person meetings and class. The abundance of online platforms we now have access to allow us to easily communicate and collaborate remotely. But the ease of studying and working from home is not without consequence.
Protesters Chant “We Believe You” in Support of Sexual Assault Survivors
Parc La Fontaine came to life as protesters gathered to bring attention to the wave of online accusations against perpetrators of sexual assault in Quebec.
Canada’s Continued Mistreatment of Indigenous Communities Must Be Addressed
Instead of opening a cold one this Canada Day, take today to educate yourself on how you and the Canadian government continues to propel the colonization and mistreatment of Indigenous communities. Those who celebrate today will be making their apathy towards the well-being of Indigenous communities clear.
“I definitely want the Black community to see that drag is for us”
Authenticity and empowerment pulsed through the audience at the Phi Centre on the night of Feb. 21. One year after the first iteration of this unforgettable all-Black drag show, Afro Drag took to the stage for its third edition.