Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC)

Community Race Relations Launches BIPOC Peer Support Program
From the week of November 13th- the week of December 18th the Community Race Relations Committee (CRRC) will be running six peer support sessions inviting community members to take part in our BIPOC Peer Support Program. Our peer support group is a safe space for racialized folk who also identify as Queer, trans, non-binary, and/or women to meet, chat, and give/receive support on intersectional issues.
The Anti-Racism Task Force: Performing or Performative?
Varun Biddanda takes a deep dive into the task force, and asks: is it performing, or is it performative? Biddanda interviews Moriah Hillyer, who represented the Trent University Native Association (TUNA) on the Anti-Racism Task Force.
Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
Searching for mental healthcare as a Trent student can feel like you’ve been blindfolded, spun around, shoved into the Wildlife Sanctuary and told to find your way out. While the university advertises their services on their website, navigating them without prior experience can feel confusing and overwhelming. In this guide, Emi explores resources and healthcare benefits offered to students within and outside of Trent including resources serving BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ folks specifically.
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