McGill Reporter: Pow Wow in pictures

Published: 5 October 2023

On Friday, September 22nd 2023, McGill University's First Peoples house hosted the 22nd annual PowWow in collaboration with the Office of Indigenous Initiatives. ...

Dr. Cindy Blackstock Honoured with World Children's Prize 2023

Published: 2 November 2023

Earlier this month, Dr. Cindy Blackstock was the 2023 recipient of the World Children's Prize, voted by millions of children internationally.  Read the full story on the McGill Reporter here. 

McGill's Black History Month: Decolonizing Approaches to Research

Thursday, February 17, 2022 18:00to19:30

This panel will explore approaches to research in the Caribbean as well as McGill's historical research relationship with Barbados through the Bellairs institute. This will be a panel comprised of...

A conversation on Blackness and Disability

Monday, February 27, 2023 16:00to18:00

As part of Black History Month events at McGill, Dr. Sami Schalk will be joining us for a conversation on Blackness and Disability....

McGill Black Community Gathering

Thursday, February 23, 2023 12:00to15:00

On Thursday, February 23rd from 12 PM - 3 PM all Black faculty, staff, and students are invited to join us for lunch and an opportunity to connect, celebrate, and create community....

Black History Month at McGill Opening Ceremony

Wednesday, February 1, 2023 17:00to20:00

McGill is thrilled to be welcoming Prof. Rinaldo Walcott as this year's keynote speaker for our Black History Month Opening Ceremony. Rinaldo Walcott is a Professor and the Carl V.527 rue...

Soul Food Box

Thursday, February 24, 2022 12:00to15:00

SSMU Ballroom, McGill Campus, 3840 rue MacTavish, Montréal, QC, CA/equityCategory: Social Equity and Diversity Education Special events - students

Decolonizing Approaches to Research

Thursday, February 17, 2022 18:00to19:30

/equityCategory: Social Equity and Diversity Education Special events - students

Black Perspectives: Artists Navigating Spaces

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 17:00to18:30

This event is an opportunity for artists and community actors to share their knowledge and lived experiences navigating cultural and institutional spaces throughout the city of Montreal. Cultural...

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