From its inception, McGill University has been deeply rooted in the violence of colonialism and racism; indeed, it is to these structures of oppression that the university owes its existence. Yet for two centuries, students, labourers, activists and organizers have worked to challenge these structures of power. From resistance to corporatization of the university to mobilization against the pervasiveness of rape culture on campus, these struggles root their work in decades of resistance.
Compiled by the Campaign Coordinators of the last few years, this wiki hopes to document the successes, failures, and lessons learned from decades of organizing on and off McGill campus. We hope it will serve as a source of institutional memory, a home to resources, and a way to strengthen connections between organizers past and present.
The site: https://discovermcgill.ca/tiki-index.php