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Ryerson merits an A+ in equity

Ryerson merits an A+ in equity

Ryerson closed its Black History Month celebrations with an event that represented the university’s commitment to representing its diverse student body. The fourth annual Queering Black History Month event filled Room 115 of the Student Campus Centre with campus and community activists, where discussions were raised about the intersection of race and sexuality. The students who belong to and lead […]

by David Owen· · Editorial, Opinion
Jayana Khan, an activist and kickboxer, speaks at the fourth annual Queering Black History Month event on Feb. 28.

Canada should offer gay Ugandans asylum: Queering Black History panellists

Speakers at the Queering Black History Month event on Feb. 28 deplored Uganda’s recent homophobic laws — with some saying Canada should offer asylum to those affected. On Feb. 24, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed a bill that sets life imprisonment as the maximum penalty for gay sex. The day after, a local newspaper published the names of the “top […]

by Ethan Lou· · News, On Campus, Uncategorized
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