< July 2021 >
      1Now What? How To Be A Good Ally To Indigenous PeoplesNow What? How To Be A Good Ally To Indigenous PeoplesTime: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The ISSU is hosting a virtual event this Canada Day at 2pm for a workshop hosted by Kim Haxton that focuses on how to be a good ally to Indigenous Peoples. This event is open to all students at SFU, with some seats reserved specifically for members of the Indigenous Studies Student Union. There are only 40 tickets available so register while you can!
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12 13 14ISC Director ConsultationISC Director ConsultationTime: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
The Indigenous Student Centre and Student Services is hiring for the Director, Indigenous Student Services (formerly the Director, Indigenous Student Centre). We are looking to consult with BIPOC students at SFU on what qualities, skills, knowledge, etc. the next Director should have. Please join our BIPOC Consultation on July 14 from 10:00-11:00 am PDT I Zoom Meeting ID: 207 777 6994. ❓ Questions we will be asking: - What do you need from the Director, ISS? - What qualities, skills, and knowledge do you think the Director should possess? - What do Indigenous students need from the Director, ISS? - Who or what groups should be contacted for the selection committee? All BIPOC student voices are highly valued in this process. If you cannot make the consultation and would like to share your thoughts, please email Kaylena, kaylena_ryan@sfu.ca, or Melody, melody_markle@sfu.ca. Zoom Meeting ID: 207 777 6994
15 16Pets & YogaPets & YogaTime: 7:30 pm
SFU Recreation and Pursuit of Happiness are coming together to bring students a FREE virtual yoga session on July 16 at 7:30 pm PST! This event is to promote mental and physical health and allow students to relax and have fun. Students can bring their pets and meet other cute animals at the event. All students are welcome to join!
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26 27 28Unite Against IslamophobiaUnite Against IslamophobiaTime: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We are joined as Team Foxtrot, SFU MSA and MSA UBC for an online webinar where speakers will discuss and identify Islamophobia. This event will discuss the following and important conversations that are critical for our communities growth and development: -What is Islamophobia?
-History and root causes of Islamophobia
-Ways to identify and stand up to Islamophobia
-Q/A session
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