Our Shared Spaces


Our Shared Spaces equity programming is available to all McGill students.
The sessions aim to educate students on how best to integrate anti-oppressive and anti-racist frameworks into their lives, as well as how to create safe and inclusive communities.

 

About Our Shared Spaces

Our Shared Spaces began as an initiative put forward by a group of Floor Fellows with the goal of creating spaces for discussion around issues affecting their communities. Over the years and with the support of various community partners, the program has grown into an educational workshop series that creates spaces in which students are empowered to foster inclusive and equitable living and learning environments on campus. By holding space for respectful dialogue, Our Shared Spaces supports student development and affirms the plurality of student experiences of campus life.
 

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