racism

Darts and laurels 2014-15

Darts and laurels 2014-15Continue...

Address campus racism at the root

Diversifying Queen’s population and academic curriculum are critical to ensuring that unintentional discrimination and racism don’t persist on campus.Continue...

Racism alive but subtle at Queen’s

In her first week at Queen’s, Toni Akinwumi was approached by an intoxicated female student who said, “Oh my God, there’s a black chick. Oh my God, that’s crazy. I have no black friends — be
my friend.”Continue...

Mental health goes beyond academic stress

Everyone has mental health. It’s something that’s been repeated countless times by mental health support groups on campus.Continue...

Police lack community connection

The death of Michael Brown was a turning point in America’s history of racial prejudice and violence.Continue...

Overt to covert

In January, I wore a hijab for 18 days. I'm a non-Muslim woman, but I wanted to conduct a social experiment to experience what it's like to cover on a daily basis.Continue...

Own up to society's racist basis

Racism exists at Queen’s. Don’t think it’s an issue? That’s because you haven’t heard about it.Continue...

A call against hate crimes

On Sunday, it’s alleged that six Queen’s students were harassed, and one student assaulted, by a group of young men in Kingston. Due to the nature of the attack and the fact that the victims are visible minorities, Kingston Police have said the assault is a hate crime.Continue...

Issue 11: Darts & Laurels

Each digital release of the Journal will feature weekly darts and laurels, listing what should be celebrated and criticized from the previous week in world news and campus culture.Continue...

Bye bye Miss America lies

In a supposedly progressive era, Western society is harbouring a dirty little secret — we’re not as multicultural and accepting as we pretend to be.Continue...

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