Join us for a Mental Health & Social Justice Chat!
Located in Parkes 215, on Thursday, November 16th, from 6-7:30. Join us for a dialogue on how to practice self-care while engaging in social justice. Free snacks and goodies provided!
Join our meaningful dialogue space where you'll talk about and across difference with student peers.
Learn about the history of Sustained Dialogue here: programs/sustained-dialogue/index
The Peer Inclusion Educators (PIE) is a program started by students, for students, dedicated to fostering an inclusive learning environment by addressing issues surrounding personal awareness of social identities, power, privilege, oppression, and social justice with peers at Northwestern. Students within the PIE Program develop their social justice facilitation skills and lead workshops on topics of identity and social justice.
The Northwestern campus sits on the traditional homelands of the people of the Council of Three Fires, the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa.
Click here to read about Land Acknowledgement at Northwestern. To identify the traditional territories you occupy, download the Native Lands app or visit http://native-land.ca.