Being Black @ McGill

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Being Black @ McGill
Being Black @McGill is a five-part workshop series designed to create a safe environment where Black students at McGill can discuss their experience of race and how the institution impacts them.
 
Students will have the opportunity to unpack identity and socialization. They can share their narratives, while learning both about themselves, and the impact racism and discrimination can have on their mental health. Students will discuss the barriers they face and that factors that have either hindered or bolstered their experiences. Finally, they will discuss how they can create spaces of resistance and resilience for themselves.


As this is a workshop series designed to foster community and relies on shared (virtual) space and vulnerability, participants must register for the entire series, from 1-3 PM (EST) on:

Friday, February 5
Friday, February 12
Friday, February 26
Friday, March 12
Friday, March 19

To learn more about the facilitators or to explore the theme of each workshop, visit: https://www.mcgill.ca/studentservices/being-black-mcgill. Students who register and attend the workshop series will receive recognition on their co-curricular record. Please identify any accessibility needs or requests when registering.

If you cannot commit to all five workshops at this time, stay tuned for additional programming updates or email (beingblack [at] mcgill.ca) to be added to the email contact list for future iterations.  

The content development for the Being Black @series was led by Khan Bouba-Dalambaye, M.A., in collaboration with Teaching and Learning Services (TLS), Our Shared Spaces and McGill Student Services.

This workshop series is made available only to McGill students who have registered. To keep our virtual space safe, please do not allow any other person to access your registration information. By choosing to participate, you consent that your name (or preferred name), image and voice may be shared with other participants.

Online Event Instructions

You will receive the invitation to the online meeting 10-15 minutes before the start of the workshop.

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