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Pride Month Resources

Happy Pride Month! Throughout June, we come together at Queen's University to celebrate and honour the rights and achievements of our 2SLGBTQ+ community. It's a time to embrace diversity, promote equality, and foster an inclusive environment where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.


Pride Month Resources

Queen's University provides a range of department resources that support I-EDIAA (Inclusion, Equity, Diversity, Indigenous, Accessibility, and Anti-racism) work across campus. Here are a few resources you can explore:

I-EDIAA Events Calendar: Stay current with upcoming events, workshops, and discussions promoting inclusivity and diversity.

Visit Inclusive Queen’s: Discover resources, support services, and information on gender and sexuality to foster a more inclusive campus.

Yellow House Student Centre for Equity and Inclusion: Engage with the Yellow House community and access resources, programming, and initiatives that promote equity and inclusion.

H&A commits to advancing I-EDIAA: Learn about the commitment of Housing and Ancillary Services to advancing inclusion, equity, diversity, Indigenous initiatives, accessibility, and anti-racism within the university residence.


Here are some meaningful ways you can support Pride Month and show your allyship:

1️⃣ Learn about the Stonewall Rebellion: The Stonewall Rebellion marked a turning point in the LGBTQ+ rights movement. Take the time to educate yourself about this historic event and the courageous individuals who stood up for their rights. Visit this link to delve deeper into the significance of the Stonewall Rebellion.

2️⃣ Participate in Kingston Pride activities: Throughout June, Kingston Pride offers a variety of events and activities for our LGBTQ+ community and allies. It's a fantastic opportunity to connect, celebrate, and learn. Check out the Kingston Pride website for the schedule of events and mark your calendars!

3️⃣ Wear a rainbow pin: Show your support and solidarity by wearing a rainbow pin. The rainbow represents the diverse identities within our community and serves as a symbol of love, acceptance, and inclusivity. Let's proudly wear our pins and create a visible display of support for the LGBTQ+ community.