The Racialized Students’ Collective is an Equity Service Centre which seeks to combat racism and colonialism with and for Racialized, Black and Indigenous students. The RSC is both a group and a physical space that serves to provide a safer space for Black, Indigenous and racialized students on campus.
FACTS & STATS:
- 10% of First Nations and Inuit people hold a university degree, compared to 23% of the overall Canadian population (Statistics Canada 2006)
- 33% of Canadian Muslims reported experiencing discrimination due to their religion or ethnicity (Environics 2016)
- Members of the Collective organize monthly events shedding light upon current issues that black, racialized and indigenous students face.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
Visit us during Fall and Winter semester in SL 210B (second floor of the Student Centre, around the corner from the Women & Trans Centre), here are our hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
12pm – 2pm and 4pm – 7pm
Please note that the SCSU Racialized Student Collective is closed throughout final exam period and over Summer semester.
If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.