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Pride Month

Pride month began in June 1969 to mark the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York City, where LGBTQ2S+ people fought against police harassment and discriminatory laws. In June cities all around the world celebrate Pride to acknowledge the LGBTQ2S+ community and to stand up against discrimination and violence toward LGBTQ2S+ people. 

Algoma U will be celebrating Pride throughout June and into July and will be raising the Pride Flags on all three campuses on June 28. Stay tuned for more information about many community events, such as the Pride event led by the City of Brampton in partnership with the School of Business and Economics and the EDI LGBTQQIP2SA+ working group.  June 11 – Lunch & Learn with MOYO HCS and panel discussion curated by Algoma University. 

To attend the session, register here.

Creating Safer Spaces in partnership with the Algoma University LGBTQ2S+

To celebrate Pride Week 2021 the School of Business and Economics in partnership with the Algoma University LGBTQ2S+ Working Group is hosting a panel discussion: Creating Safer Spaces. This panel of LGBTQ2S+ community members will include conversations about allyship and building safer, more inclusive spaces. Learn more here


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