McGill’s Black Students’ Network is an on-campus service that hosts a variety of events by and for Black students. The organization also provides resources and mentorship.
A recitation of Cora Lee Conway’s “White Hallways”. A video to look critically at the lack of diversity on the McGill campus, and acknowledge the injustice upon which the school was founded. Also, a way to encourage Black students to take up the space that they have rightfully earned. To be heard, and make a path for those that come after them.
This website is designed to be a resource for the community. An archive, filled with years of content created by the Black Students’ Network - easily navigable for the benefit of students. A way to point people towards relevant on-campus resources and events. Finally, a place to tell stories about the organization and the community that it exists to support.