ACTIVE LEARNING CLUB
WHAT IS THE ALC?
The ALC (or Active Learning Club) is SUTE’s initiative to ensure that all members of our community are constantly engaged in current events, as well as active learners of historic systems of oppression, so that we are all able to actively dismantle such systems in the pursuit of justice. Integrated alongside topics of social justice, we will also feature a range of issues related to climate change, environmental degradation and Canadian politics.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Each month, a new theme is chosen that is topical with current events, and we provide a curated list of educational resources (things to watch, read, or listen to) on it. The idea is not to certify anyone as an "ally", but rather to help in concert the educational efforts surrounding justice, and help give fellow community members structured, long term activities to engage in anti-discrimination/equity work/learning. The current themes may recur, and are dependent on suggestions as well as what is going on in our world that requires coverage. We will also email you if we come across any workshops, trainings or other educational activities, as well as any major petitions/calls to actions.
WHERE DO I SIGN UP?
Although membership to the ALC is free, we ask that you consider donating a minimum of $10 to our 'Amplifying QTBIPOC Voices' fund where 100% of the funds are used as honorariums for QTBIPOC folx to compensate them for commissioned work!
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WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY ALC?
Join us at our Community Active Learning Club! These monthly meetings are an opportunity for those who have engaged with the resource set to critically think and discuss with others about the monthly topic. Everyone is welcome at our community meetings. We ask a minimum $10 donation, however the event is free for students and BIPOC individuals.
For more info and to register visit our Eventbrite.
Feel free to reach out with any questions (or to suggest new themes/topics or resources) to firstname.lastname@example.org!