Black History Month: Racialized Students Peer Group w/ Access & Inclusion Services
Brought to you by MRU’s Access & Inclusion Services Department – This is a peer-led group for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Colour. It has been initiated in response to racism and in support of the Black Lives Matters movement. The purpose of the group is to provide a safe community for racialized students that are a positive, supportive, and learning space, to educate ourselves and others on issues of social justice, and to promote the strength of diversity. This conversation is closed-group, meaning you must register in advance using your mtroyal email.
This program is put on for Black History Month in collaboration with MRU Access & Inclusion.