Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity and Equity (RAISE)

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"Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity and Equity" (RAISE) is a student-led Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) service launching in the Winter 2019 term. RAISE serves to address racism and xenophobia on the University of Waterloo campus with initiatives reflective of RAISE's three pillars of Education and Advocacy, Peer-to-Peer Support, and Community Building. The initiatives include but are not limited to: formal means to report and confront racism, accessible and considerate peer-support, and organization of social events to cultivate both an uplifting and united community.

How it Works

RAISE acts in partnership with the University of Waterloo to publicly acknowledge and effortfully create resolution to the impacts of racial discrimination, using an anti-oppression approach to dismantle systematic barriers that limit the success and affect the experiences of students on campus.

Contact

Student Life Centre
RM 2141
200 University Ave West Waterloo,
ON N2L 3G1
519-888-4567 x37599

Office Hours: 

Monday 10am - 5pm (regular office hours)
5pm to 6pm (peer support hours)
Tuesday 10am - 5pm (regular office hours)
5pm to 6pm (peer support hours)
Wednesday 10am - 5pm (regular office hours)
5pm to 6pm (peer support hours)
Thursday 10am - 5pm (regular office hours)
5pm to 6pm (peer support hours)
Friday 10am - 5pm (regular office hours)
5pm to 6pm (peer support hours)
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed