The Migrant Dispatch:
Grad-Worker Open Mic

Union Gallery x PSAC 901

November 9, 2022, 4:30-6:30pm EST
Free + in-person program

Performances Open to:
All graduate student-workers (International and BIPOC priority)
Attendance Open to:
Queen's students and Katarokwi-Kingston community members

This Open Mic event will provide a platform to explore themes of being a student-worker at Queen's, being a migrant/international student, and international conflicts affecting students on Queen's campus. Live performances will be in Union Gallery's Main Gallery space. In the Project Room space, guests are invited to co-create a banner and protest signs on these themes, which will remain on display in the space until the end of term.


Image: Poetry Reading Event, Culture Days, 2018

Register to perform:

We invite performances of poetry and prose recitation, stand up, or other spoken forms of expression, including duo or group performances. Register your act below. Hate speech will not be tolerated and PSAC 901 will enforce its statement on harassment at the beginning of the event.
Register to perform

Register to attend:

Planning to attend to listen and contribute to the banner and sign display?
Let us know below.
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PSAC 901

PSAC 901 is the union of Graduate Teaching Assistants, Teaching Fellows, Research Assistants and Postdoctoral Scholars at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. They are a directly-chartered local of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. Their non-profit organization strives to protect, maintain, and advance the interests of the members of the Local. PSAC is committed to promoting equity and social justice with the Local, PSAC, Queen’s University, and the broader Kingston community.

If you have any questions, contact Prerna Subramanian, Equity Officer PSAC 901: