racism

“Heartbroken”: Chinese students responds to Coronavirus party

“We all make mistakes and it is important to acknowledge them.” These were the words that Summer Chen, incoming ASUS senator, said in an interview with The Journal on Tuesday in response to the Coronavirus-themed party that took place on Feb. 1.Continue...

At Assembly, members discuss racism on campus

AMS Assembly gathered Thursday night to discuss recent events on campus, including a special discussion period set aside to discuss racism in the community.

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Letter to the Editor: January 7th

Dear Editors,

I am from Guangzhou, China.Continue...

Addressing the persistence and foundations of South Asian anti-blackness

A cruel and unaddressed racist rhetoric in South Asian communities means that we might just take the trophy for self-righteous anti-blackness.Continue...

UPDATE: Kingston Police confirm Chown Hall investigation closed

The Kingston Police Department has closed its investigation into the racist and homophobic note discovered in Chown Hall in October, according to an email reviewed by The Journal .

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How to productively accept your privilege

In the age of a reinvented conservative shift, it’s no wonder that new and creative ways to be racist are created each day.Continue...

We need to analyze why Don Cherry wasn’t cancelled a long time ago

Anyone who’s had the displeasure of spending their Saturday nights from October to April watching the Toronto Maple Leafs lose on Hockey Night in Canada knows that if you can get through the first period without throwing the remote at the television, you see something special.Continue...

An open letter to the writer of the racist and homophobic note

Last week, a racist and homophobic note was posted in Chown Hall residence.Continue...

“We’re going to let this strengthen us”: students of Chown Hall floor speak to racist note

Emily* was on her way to class on the morning of Oct. 10 when she found a note taped to the wall in her common room on the fourth floor of Chown Hall.Continue...

Queen’s formally apologizes for Black medical student ban

More than a hundred years ago, Queen’s banned Black medical students from enrolling in the program. On April 16, the University apologized.Continue...

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