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Anti-Oppression Programming

Each year, residences are the first introduction to independent living for over 3000 first year McGill students. The transition to university can be difficult and students are not always equipped to deal with issues of discrimination and harassment. Our anti-oppression programming aims to equip students with multiple frameworks for thinking about difference and to extend and nuance their understandings of race, gender, ability, class, etc. Programming will take place in the form of trainings, workshops, discussion groups and movie screenings. For more information, click here

Rez Life is currently accepting applications for two Rez Project Coordinator positions! See the posting for details. It is also available on the CaPS myFuture portal