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Canada/USA/UK (Settler)

I wouldn’t shove it in their face like “you NEED to do something,” but on my own time, I would look up what they can do and share something very welcoming like counselling. Or, “Hey,…

It’s great that they say they will give you counselling, but what happens when it is faculty, and you do not want to set foot on campus anymore, and you’ve left university? What happens when…

The biggest thing [supporter quality] that I can think of is that you want to confide in someone that can be accountable, so someone that – ’cause some people might say “I am here for…

[Since] 1990, the entire world has changed a our policy has not. Comparing it to even to other schools, like, Dalhousie and St. FX, like, their policies are quite expansive and cover a lot of…

For example, if I was at a party or something and I was touched inappropriately. I wasn’t groped or any […] more severe examples, but it’s just something little that I was uncomfortable with that…

I’m thinking about people who are new to the school, and maybe they don’t want to disclose immediately – they just need a person. So I wonder if sharing – I don’t know what kind…

I want to make her feel as comfortable as she can in doing whatever she feels like she needs to do. I don’t know, because you can’t put yourself in that other person’s shoes, so…

I guess if I were coming to them after an assault, I would wanna be treated with respect and have people be mindful of their body language and facial expressions when I am telling them…

It’s really frustrating as a student, because, it feels like they’ve, they put a brick wall between us and that policy. It feels like they’re trying to put every single barrier that they possibly can…

All

Artist’s description: “All” represents collaboration and community. Between staying afloat and being protected, I wanted this work to reflect conversations held throughout the workshop. By: Dawson Berze-Butts

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