Streeter: Improving anti-oppression at GBC

George Brown College students weigh in on what can be done to improve anti-oppression on campus

Tachia Montague – General arts and science. Photo: Timo Cheah / The Dialog

“I feel like if we open a forum for people to have a way to talk about these things, they’d be educated on it.”

 

Ahmet Cinstas – Jewelry arts. Photo: Timo Cheah / The Dialog

“I feel it’s not just the school, but all of the education system is doing their best to prevent (oppression).”

 

Michael Whelan – Civil engineering. Photo: Timo Cheah / The Dialog

“To keep everybody happy, treat others the way you want to be treated.”

 

Alessia Leitch – Fashion business. Photo: Timo Cheah / The Dialog

“Its only my second week and one of our program co-ordinators have already come in and spoken to our classes (regarding anti-oppression) and so if they are already starting to do that by the second week, I think they’re going to do a pretty good job throughout the school year.”

 

Elissia Aycan – Jewelry arts. Photo: Timo Cheah / The Dialog

“There is not really anything advocating for it (anti-oppression) that I can see, walking around here at George Brown College.”

 

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Streeter: Improving anti-oppression at GBC