Hi! My name is Emi Habel (she/her) and I’m a Senior Journalist at The Arthur. I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to live alongside, learn from, and write on the traditional Land of the Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg, and learn from BIPOC whose knowledge and contributions have shaped the places we now know as Nogojiwanong-Peterborough and Trent University.
I’m a student at Trent in the Sustainable Agriculture & the Food Systems program with my Service Dog and best friend, Winnie! When we’re not working or studying, we can usually be found playing the Sims 4 or knitting (me, not Winnie). My articles and advocacy centre around dismantling the intersectional injustices experienced by the student population and beyond, like food insecurity, gender discrimination (TERFS not welcomed), racism (and the role that non-racialized people like myself have in contributing to or against them), ableism, and more. I also have a passion for making access to resources easier so that more students know about the supports available to us and have the information to choose the best for them.
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