McGill University has many student organizations and campus groups that provide support to our Black students. The content produced by these students is a great way to engage with and learn more about the Black student experience at McGill.
The Black Students' Network (BSN) of McGill is a student group aimed at those interested in the "affairs of Black students and those of the larger African Diaspora." BSN hosts many events throughout the year and recently voiced their opinions on Black life on campus in a video series called We Are Tired (embedded below).
The Black Law Students' Association of McGill (BLSAM) helps to promote the needs of Black law students both on campus and in the general public. BLSAM provides a mentorship network to students of colour, in addition to providing other services.
The McGill African Students' Society (MASS) is a McGill student group aimed at promoting diverse and rich African cultures of the McGill community and beyond. In February 2020, MASS hosted the Africa Speaks Conference which evaluated the relationships between Generation Z Africans and social, economic, and political themes.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) McGill is aimed at "increasing the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community".