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The McGill Daily 9h
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In support of the strike, Social Work professors have decided to cancel classes: The McGill Daily supports and endorses the strike. Read more here:
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The McGill Daily 9h
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For those of you that missed the info, McGill SWSA is going on strike between Monday, Nov 19 and Friday, Nov 23 to protest against the unpaid internships required by the Social Work degree. Read more here:
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The McGill Daily 9h
❗️More on McGil Social Work Student Association's strike❗️ Here is a letter by Jacqueline Ohayon, the SWSA Activities Coordinator:
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The McGill Daily Nov 15
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4/4 Read more about the School of Social Work’s strike here:
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The McGill Daily Nov 15
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... Teaching faculty will ensure that all content and objectives as outlined in the syllabus." Social Work students voted to strike against unpaid internship on the Oct 24 Social Work General Assembly, calling for student participation in a week-long mobilization this November.
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The McGill Daily Nov 15
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The Social Work professor motion reads: “In response to the student call for a week of protest during the week of November 19th to 23rd the teaching faculty of the School of Social Work stand in solidarity by cancelling classes during that week... 2/4
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The McGill Daily Nov 15
🔥BREAKING🔥 The McGill University, School of Social Work is cancelling all classes from November 19th to the 23rd following a faculty meeting and vote from professors of the faculty. 1/4
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McGill Daily Commentary Nov 14
What does Trump's Title IX redefinition mean for trans and intersex people? For one, "people who are already hostile to trans lives will now feel further legitimized by government policy," as LLM candidate Florence Ashley () explains:
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CookeMcDermid Nov 13
. in conversation with Malek Yalaoui for The : “I’m Coming for Everyone, Including Me”
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McGill Daily Commentary Nov 13
Before getting too excited about Love, Simon or Crazy Rich Asians, ask yourself: does representation in an oppressive industry truly lead to liberation?
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Gen-I Native Youth Nov 12
A new article in the highlights the current crisis around youth suicide in Nunavik and efforts to address suicide prevention among First Nations communities in Canada.
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VIVEK SHRAYA 🆚 Nov 12
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Ida Bae Wells Nov 9
Why does newsroom “diversity” always have to come through a temporary back door? If you want diverse newsrooms, hire folks, full time. Period. That fact that POC always need a trial run says it ALL.
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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Find our full endorsements here:
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔹SACOMSS Discretionary – YES The motion would allow SACOMSS to use some of their funds more freely in order to “sponsor individuals, groups and events outside of [their] organization that are aligned with [their] anti-oppressive, survivor focused mandate"
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔹Renaming of McGill’s Men’s Varsity Teams – YES Here is the full explanation: but long story short: CHANGE THE NAME
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔹Environment Fee (Renewal) – YES The fee goes to the SSMU Environment Fund (The Green Fund), and provides assistance to student-led sustainability initiatives at McGill. In the past, it has been used to support the Flat Bike Collective, the Plate Club, and Midnight Kitchen.
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔹Charity Fee (Renewal) – YES The fee contributes to the SSMU Community Engagement fund, which is a source of financial assistance for clubs on campus undertaking community engagement projects, and any SSMU club is able to apply for access to this funding for their projects.
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔹Plate Club Fee – YES The Plate Club provides free dishware rentals to individuals and groups at McGill such as Midnight Kitchen. This fee levy would allow Plate Club to better provide the service they already offer and further reduce McGill’s carbon footprint.
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The McGill Daily Nov 9
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🔸Arab Student Network Fee – NO Even though this association is named “Arab Student Network” and claims to benefit “all students,” it intimidates and alienates Palestinian students, pro-Palestine students of colour, and allies on campus. Read more here:
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