Come out and support the final community gathering for Make Trent Safe for this academic year. Make Trent Safe will be presenting who we are, what we do, formally launching our responses to discrimination on campus, and celebrating our work with social justice music.

Food will be provided. Venue includes a gender-neutral washroom and is wheelchair accessible. Bus fare can be provided.

Please respect community guidelines:
~COMMUNITY GUIDELINES~
– This event is anti-oppressive. Oppressive behaviour of ANY kind is not tolerated. This includes the use of slurs, threats, statements that cause discomfort, alienation, marginalization etc.
– We are trying to make this space as free from racism against Indigenous folks, Black folks, and people of colour, transphobia, transmisogyny, misogyny, cissexism, homo/bi/a/panphobia, classism, ableism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, non-binary erasure as possible
– Respect people’s pronouns
– No acts of violence or hostility towards anyone
– We are trying to make this the safest space possible but we acknowledge this is a public event and we cannot be accountable for the actions of the general public

#MakeTrentSafe
#MakePtboSafe

We would like to acknowledge the land that we are currently living, working, learning on as stolen Indigenous Land. this place, Nogojiwanong, the place at the end of the rapids, which the settlers named Peterborough, is home to Mississauga, Hiawatha, Curve Lake, Alderville and Scugog first nations and is traditional territory of Mississauga Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee. for all of us who also live here now, we live under and are bound by the Williams Treaty.