This is the second installment of a three-part series on social stigma—a term that I would define as the negative connotations and prejudice people may have about an individual or specific group of people. This week, I wanted to write …
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Our 2017 end-of-year celebration
2019 marks the 20th anniversary of educating, activating, and empowering youth across BC, and we want to throw a party to celebrate and engage our community – from the youth we work with, to alumni who …
Check Your Head is looking for leaders with a passion for social, economic and environmental justice and youth education to serve on our Board of Directors.
We’re actively looking to increase the range and diversity of skills, perspectives, and experiences …
Love writing and editing? Are you passionate about supporting other young folks in writing interesting, inspiring, and informative pieces on social, environmental, and economic justice issues? If you are 15-25 years old and live in Metro Vancouver, unceded Coast Salish …
We are looking for an exceptionally organized individual committed to popular education and youth activism to join our small but mighty team!
- Are you passionate about social change?
- Can you run the back end of an organization like
The provincial government has committed to developing and implementing a poverty reduction plan – and BC’s young people have shown that their voice will not be lost in this conversation. During the last several months, we engaged youth in the …
Passing, what does that mean to you? Maybe a test score higher than 50%, overtaking someone in your car or time going by. To people of colour however, it means something completely different; for me it means identity. “White-passing” is …