A screening of the iconic gay ‘drag ball’ documentary Paris is Burning last night at Humber College was followed by a discussion with four panelists well versed in the Black and LGBTQ+ communities.
Genia Kuypers Life Reporter Humber College Lakeshore campus has just opened an LGBTQ+ resource center following a similar unveiling at North campus in 2015, and held its first mix-and-mingle of the year earlier this month. Natalie Elisha, coordinator of the space located in the newly created Welcome and Resource Centre building on campus, says the…
“Sad, angry, defeated, scared. These are all the things I remember feeling when I experienced my first hate crime. I wasn’t yet 23 years old, around the same age as many of these players here tonight.”
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) is held annually on Nov. 20 to commemorate those who were violently killed by oppression of the trans and non-binary community.
Students who feel unsafe can go to the centre to vent and link with others during Q-talks, a weekly program designed to comfort students when the stress gets too high.
LGBTQ+ resource coordinator Natalie Elisha said the college recognizes the student body is diverse and prioritizes voices that need to be heard.
Gabrielle Austin and Jessenia Feijo The world of social media celebrated International Transgender Day of Visibility on Thursday using #TDOV to bring the community and its agents together. It’s a day that shows visibility on social media and how may people are demonstrating their support, said Susan Gapka, a community and political organizer as well…
The brand new LGBTQ+ resource centre opened at Humber’s North campus this week