diversity

I’m not your racism meter

I know that as a student at Queen’s — a school with a diversity problem — there’d be a risk of facing racism. What I didn’t expect was to be turned into everyone’s token person of colour (POC) friend that they could use as a point of reference.Continue...

Letter to the editor: Diversity at Queen's — A Contrarian's Experience

After reading Vishmayaa Jeyamoorthy’s article in the Oct. 16th issue of The Queen’s Journal, I felt I should share my rather different experience as “A brown face in a white place” (the title of Jeyamoorthy’s article), albeit as a faculty member at Queen's.Continue...

Islamaphobia is more than veil-deep

While many Canadians believe Islamophobia only happens elsewhere to other people, members of my family are shaving their beards and folding away their hijabs.Continue...

A brown face in a white place

Being a woman of colour in a primarily white school like Queen’s is incredibly daunting.Continue...

Black History Month kicks off

Yesterday’s Black History Month opening ceremony emphasized the importance of reaching out to the broader Kingston community.Continue...

Comic encourages Aboriginal education

A University organization is using a comic book to encourage young Aboriginal students to study engineering.Continue...

Diversity training to expand

A revamped program on campus is looking to show faculty members how course content can be made more inclusive.Continue...

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