Join LGBTOUT, Scarborough Campus Students Union (SCSU), Students for Barrier Free Access (SBA), and the UTSC Womens & Trans Centre (WTC) who will be co-hosting an event facilitated by Kayla Carter focused on decolonizing mental health practices for racialized Queer students. Kayla Carter (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and healer. She is a Tkaronto-based Black; disabled, chronically ill, femme survivor of Jamaican, Cuban, and Maroon ancestry. She believes that her existence in this world is not accidental, but deliberate.
UTSC Womens & Trans CentreOrganizer of Mental Health from the MarginsThe UTSC Womens & Trans Centre is an open, safe, and anti-oppressive space at UTSC. We strive to make a better and more inclusive campus for self identified racialized, queer, non-binary and trans folks, women, femmes, and any and all intersections of the above identities. We provide a variety of programming throughout the year and can also refer students to various supports and resources as needed.
Students for Barrier Free AccessOrganizer of Mental Health from the MarginsStudents For Barrier-Free Access (SBA) is a is a student-led, volunteer-driven, non-profit levy group advocating for the access and rights of disabled and mad-identified students at the University of Toronto.
We work to make sure that education is socially, environmentally, and financially accessible. We advocate for disability justice and all of our programming and advocacy is shaped through this framework.
SBA holds free, skill-building workshops for members that build our community’s expertise, while also giving members the ability to learn skills transferable to many workplace settings. At this time, SBA is working to support members virtually, with movie nights, workshops, and a food-sharing program. On campus, we run a community drop-in center where members can enjoy a respectful, social, political and creative space.
SCSU (Scarborough Campus Students Union)Organizer of Mental Health from the MarginsOfficial Student Union for the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus
LGBTOUTOrganizer of Mental Health from the MarginsOriginally founded as the University of Toronto Homophile Association in 1969, LGBTOUT is the oldest LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer) student organization in Canada and has served the U of T community for almost half a century.
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