School Schmool is an ad-free, corporate-free and social justice-oriented resource guide and academic agenda that seeks to introduce Concordia and McGill students to important social and environmental issues. The Organizer is a resource that aims to bring together information, tools, and contacts to allow students to engage with important issues and groups at McGill, Concordia and in Montreal more broadly.
A free activist day planner for students at Concordia, McGill and for the Montreal community, School Schmool includes relevant and engaging articles, resources and practical tools for students and non-students alike to participate in social and environmental justice activism, as well as a useful day planner to organize busy academic and activist schedules. Get yours today!
To get a copy:
- order online at L’Euguélionne : https://shop.librairieleuguelionne.com/
- stop by L’Euguélionne Feminist Bookstore at 1426 Rue Beaudry, Montréal, QC H2L 3E5(check https://librairieleuguelionne.com/en/ for hours of operation)
- stop by Le Frigo Vert at 1440 Mackay St, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2H7 (every Tuesday 11am – 2pm & every second Thursday, 12 – 5pm)
- more locations TBA (send us an email if you have suggestions!)
We ask for a $3-$5 / PWWYC suggested donation only.
This year’s theme is locality. All of us who call Tio’tia:ke/Montreal home have intersecting connections to locations beyond the city. Now more than ever, we use digital spaces to stay connected to those places, not only to maintain these personal connections, but to bear witness and to support the socil and environmental justice movements which speak to us from all over the world. At the same time, our relationships with our local environments are drastically changing. The COVID-19 pandemic has us constantly evaluating how we occupy space, factoring new social-distancing needs into our everyday lives and how we gather together, to demonstrate against systemic injustice and build community. We encourage you to think to think of the various ways you might be a “local”, of a campus, a neighbourhood, a city, and how your locality has been impacted by our changing environments. We hope to give you the tools to go beyond the contents of this agenda and engage with ongoing struggles happening in Tio’tia:ke as we adjust to a new normal. We encourage you to reach out to the QPIRG’s and to other organizations that interest and inspire you!