I recently discovered that the Lind Institute is hosting the former US ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Thursday, February 15 at UBC. I posted my utter shock and disagreement on the Facebook event page, but it is likely my post will be deleted. I invite you to read the following piece outlining the war […]
“What if we shift the question from ‘who do I want to be?’ to the question, ‘what kind of life do I want to live with others?’?… If the I who wants this name or seeks to live a certain kind of life is bound up with a ‘you’ and a ‘they’ then we are […]
Is there some legitimacy in what he brings up about free speech and a culture of polarization that we too are concerned about? Absolutely. But what Peterson is using his “free speech” towards is the suppression of minority rights that he takes ideological issue with. We don’t support such “intellectual” thinking, or argument.
Dear white people, when your people voted for a terrorist You told me to fight anger with love, I did But the second I did you backstabbed me by killing my people, No I don’t want your love or hope in this game when you mindlessly carnage our souls, bodies for your bloodthirst, It […]
“Money doesn’t solve everyone’s problems, community does,” proclaims Balmoral resident Amanda Germann.
Last year, the British Columbia Coroner’s office reported that 914 people in BC passed away as a result of the opioid crisis. Today, those numbers are continuing to climb. In 2016, fentanyl was detected in more than a third of overdose deaths in British Columbia. Fentanyl is a synthetic opiate narcotic that is 50 to […]
Two years have passed. In the past two years the world has been marked by attacks, peace deals, attempted and successful coups, tragic diasporas, referendums and elections. Often times change has been for the worse, yet sometimes for the better. Those who have been following the Middle Eastern vicissitudes may agree with me that the […]
Content note: this letter discusses sexual assault I had a hard time deciding who this letter should be addressed to. There’s a lot of people I want to address, you see. The first, of course, is the scumbag who sexually assaulted me. And I guess I could talk about that. But, as a professor once […]
In an editorial on January 22, the Ubyssey staff rightly criticized UBC’s shameful contravention of Freedom of Information (FOI) laws, by going over the legal time limit in providing access to documents about the Gupta resignation, apparently as a way to avoid public scrutiny. This has in fact been a common practice, and has been […]
University of British Columbia xʷməθkʷəy̓əm Musqueam Territory email@example.com / socialjustgradstatements.wordpress.com Note: The views in this statement are solely of the authors. They do not reflect the views of all faculty, staff, and students at the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice Research. Recently gaining public attention, student activism at UBC has illuminated the […]