Written By: Bella McKenzie Welcome back to WUSA 101! Today’s lesson is about RAISE, the student-led WUSA service that serves to address racism and xenophobia on UW campus. What is RAISE? Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity, and Equity
Written By: Bella McKenzie Today is the first day of Black History Month. ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽 Black History Month is dedicated to celebrating and honouring Black Canadians and Americans, their many achievements, contributions, and their communities. Black communities have done so much
Yoga and Antiracism Session with Selam Debs Hosted by RAISE in collaboration with Athletics and Recreation Join us for an energizing and nourishing yoga and meditation session facilitated by Selam Debs, Anti-Racism Educator and founder of Juici Yoga Studio in Waterloo
Join RAISE's open mic and expression night! Feel free to take a chance to express yourself tonight by any means! Or come hang out with us and have a great time! Wednesday, November 2nd Graduate House, Second Level from 7-9 pm
Are you passionate about promoting equality and unity? Do you enjoy experiencing people’s art and talents? Do you advocate for the breaking of cultural barriers? If yes, then the XChanges Conference is perfect for you! Raise is a student-led WUSA
Written by: Bella McKenzie WUSA 101 is back, Warriors! This time, for World Mental Health Day! World Mental Health Day is a reminder to raise awareness and efforts for mental health around the world, and to make support for people
Join Raise on Monday, September 26 for the screening of Sorry to Bother you in STC0020 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM. Connect with other UWaterloo undergraduate students. Email email@example.com if you have questions. We hope to see you there!