Tag: racism

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner offers us a timeless look into late 1960’s American society, while examining prejudice and racism through the introduction of interracial...

Inclusivity and diversity in Get Out

In lieu of the Oscars being this past weekend, and finally bringing the awards season to a close, there were reports circulating online about...

Trump’s hatred unleashes support

This week, L’Oreal Paris starred a hijab-wearing model for a new hair campaign. The model, a British YouTuber and beauty blogger, Amena Khan, is...

The past and future of feminist activism

When confronted with the idea of inviting distinguished feminist activist and journalist Gloria Steinem to be this year’s Rachel Phillips Belash Speaker, Branksome Hall’s...

Queer Orientation talks equity

The University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union hosted its Queer Orientation last week featuring a guest talk from activist Kim Katrin Milan, who is...

You have to tell Them, i’m not a Racist

You have to tell Them, i’m not a Racist is a solo exhibition by artist Divya Mehra, presented at the Georgia Scherman Projects in...

Ego shouldn’t deter kindness

Time and time again I’m faced with this challenge of dealing with people who make you feel like you’re worthless. It’s almost become natural...

Islamophobia at U of T party

U of T’s St. Michael’s College Student Union’s vice-president Kevin Vando agreed to resign from the union following an Islamophobic video that he shared...

Spoken from the lips of experience

Intergeneracial defines themselves as a “Black youth oral history theatre project.” Fiona Raye Clarke founded the collective in 2015. Last Thursday, Intergeneracial performed “From...

How did a Trump presidency happen?

On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election and became the 45th President-elect of the United States, beating Hilary Clinton by...

Town hall with the Black Liberation Collective

Following the Black Liberation Collective’s call to boycott UTSU for being “anti-black”, UTSU scheduled a “Town Hall to confront anti-Blackness within the UTSU” event...

Black Liberation Collective calls to boycott UTSU

The Black Liberation Collective released a statement last week calling to boycott the University of Toronto Students Union.Alleging that UTSU has been committing “anti-Black...
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