Black History Month: Let’s Talk | Self-Advocacy for BIPOC Students
Organized and put on by the Student Advocacy Resource Centre (SARC) and the Cultural Inclusion Centre (CIC), the Peer to Peer Advocacy Program aims to help educate and support students who want to give support and advice to peers when distressed with issues affecting their education. Through informal discussion around issues that students face here at MRU, such as micro-aggressions in the classroom, disagreements about marks, not getting along with the instructor, and many others. In this discussion, students will learn strategies to empower themselves and teach others to advocate for themselves.
This event is put on for Black History Month in collaboration with SAMRU’s Student Advocacy Centre (SARC).