Date Published: Mar 13, 2023
University Secretary and Corporate Counsel, Lon Knox talks about their feelings of hesitancy leading a working group at Queen's. But being comfortable feeing uncomfortable is an opportunity for learning and growth.
Date Published: Feb 17, 2023
In our first post of 2023, Dr. Katherine McKittrick and Dr. Betsy Donald reflect on the Scarborough Charter, research and activism.
Date Published: Nov 30, 2022
Lavonne Hood, Queen's University Ombudsperson, talks about Queen's University and the Scarborough Charter.
Date Published: Oct 19, 2022
In this piece, Corinna Fitzgerald – Assistant Dean (Student Life and Learning) at Queen’s University, reflects on what it means to be an accomplice, instead of an ally to a cause.
Date Published: Sep 19, 2022
In this piece, Tawa Braimah, project manager of Queen’s University’s Scarborough Charter implementation group sets the tone for a series of conversations around tackling anti-black racism and promoting black flourishing in the Queen’s community.