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Author: Megan Ryland
It’s hard to notice a health care system that has always quietly had your back. Your parents pay taxes and premiums and you go to the clinic when you get a flu or break your wrist …
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This is a guest post by blogger Lyon
When Ellen joked during the Oscars this year: “For those of you watching around the world, it’s been a tough couple of days for us. It has been raining. We’re fine. …
Guest post by CYH volunteer Suemiya Nsair. Suemiya also shared this resource as an example of something they used in the workshop.
Metro Vancouver – This particular workshop came about as a result of some kids in a youth …
Check Your Head is thrilled to be partnering with Reel Causes for a screening of the award-winning and thought-provoking film: William and the Windmill! Proceeds from this event support Check Your Head’s programs – buy your tickets here!
Volunteer Opportunity: Future of Health Care Social Media Team
Are you interested in the connections between health and social justice?
Are you passionate about inclusive and accessible health care?
Do you love blogging,…
Check Your Head is looking for leaders with a passion for social 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 on …
Are you passionate about social justice?
Join the Volunteer Youth Facilitator Team at Check Your Head and develop the skills to create change in your communities!
What’s Check Your Head?
The prevalence of social and environmental justice activism among the youth of this generation has been remarkable. There are millions of youth who often go unrecognised for their day-to-day hard work and kind acts towards making this world more socially …