Q21 is excited to celebrate Black History Month on February 3, 2022 by hosting an open and reflective discussion about mental health for Black students. This event will center Black queer voices by inviting valued UTM student, Carae Henry, and UTSG student, Mi(Chelle) Carter, to share their experiences and help facilitate our conversation about Black mental health on campus.
Carae Henry (they/she) is a student leader, Community Assistant with UTM Residence and Equity Outreach Network, and co-founder for Prism - a QTBIPOC group.
Mi(Chelle) Yvonne Carter (they/she) is the president of the Sexual Diversity Studies Student Union and research assistant at the Queer Trans Research Lab, exploring Black queer space-making of early ‘70s to mid-’80s Toronto.
Additionally, students will have the chance to share their experiences, share what supports they would like to see, and collectively discuss ways folks can support and center Black voices and mental health resources.
Q21 is grateful to have both their incredible and valuable insight into this conversation! We invite all students to come and participate in collective learning and healing for this special Q21! We hope to see you there at 3pm!
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