Youth Diversity Program

Canada Confesses post

Featuring Canada Confesses

Canada Confesses is a project transforming anonymous online confessions into a movement that creates positive change. It engages in conversation with everyone: marginalized and non-marginalized communities. Canada is considered an inclusive and multicultural society, which often obscures the experiences of marginalized populations. The majority of social injustices often go neglected due to oppressive systems. When …

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instagram screenshot of the New Old Instagram account.

The New Old Project

Michelle and Shanuki’s project tackles ageism and celebrates the positives of getting older in their instagram project. Peppered with photographs and interviews, this project showcases people in all stages of life and showcases the reality of aging, both positive and negative, through the words of the participants.  Check out their project on instagram: The …

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OSP Youth Project Guestblog and the Youth DEI-Ed Hub

Youth DEI-Ed Hub DINELI For her project, Dineli created an education resource aimed to provide educational materials for junior high and high school youth. She has finished her first module of this resource and has plans to expand into more modules.  She also created a blog with links to her educational resources, features of inspirational …

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OSP Guest Blog Post: Anti-Oppressive Learning Collective

OSP has been blown away by the work of the participants in our Youth Diversity and Awareness Program, and we want everyone to see it! Today we are featuring the work of alumnus Heather Mark. For her Diversity project, Heather founded a book club dedicated to bringing issues of diversity and inclusion to an inclusive community of fellow learners.

If you would like to get involved in the club or acquire additional information reach out via email to