BIPOC

Queen’s Equity Locator app directs students to resources on campus

Queen’s Equity Locator app marks spots on campus to help users find equity and human rights related resources on campus.Continue...

Lyrics are art, not evidence

Young Thug, one of this decade's most influential rap artists, was recently indicted in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) case.Continue...

Tik Tok filters fuel the fire of self-image issues

Filters used to alter physical appearances have been around on social media for years.Continue...

White influencers are repackaging BIPOC beauty trends

TikTok beauty trends have surged in popularity alongside the social media platform. The so-called “clean girl aesthetic” and “brownie glazed lip,” for example, have been co-opted by white influencers and their followers, touting a new way to approach one’s look.Continue...

Queen’s organizations open doors to equity-deserving students

Doors Open was held on Sept. 15 to help students get acquainted with the variety of support resources and service providers in the Queen’s community.Continue...

Roots and Wings empowers Kingston youth

Queen’s students can help empower and educate Kingston youth on social justice issues by volunteering at Kingston-based Roots and Wings (R&W) .Continue...

How Eurocentric beauty standards get under the skin

The use of chemicals and potentially toxic makeup to meet societal expectations of beauty isn’t a new phenomenon.Continue...

Queen’s hires BIPOC Equity Ambassadors for undergraduate admissions period

Five BIPOC Equity Ambassadors have been hired to help connect with prospective undergraduate students about their lived experiences at Queen’s.Continue...

You should believe the lived experiences of BIPOC as soon as you hear them

Any claim requires some sort of evidence to back it up. When it comes to racism on campus, the lived experiences of BIPOC students should be evidence enough. Yet these experiences are completely devalued at Queen’s and viewed in a way that’s inherently white supremacist.Continue...

‘A safe haven’: The impact of Stolen by Smith, as told by QTBIPOC students and faculty

On July 3, the Stolen by Smith Instagram account launched.Continue...

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