We have a meeting in room E1415 tonight at 5:00pm. We are also looking for people to post videos on our YouTube Channel. Please get in touch with us to make a video created about what this group means to you! Seneca Pride Minutes 10 5 17 Advertisements Continue reading 10/5/17 Meeting, Minutes to be published.
Times & Locations could be subject to change. First meeting is September 14th 2017, room E1415 confirmed! We will work to update weekly in case of changes. Contact the Seneca Pride Secretary at Ashtonderoy@gmail.com, 647-850-6802 for any questions. (Must include an introduction & fact you are a Seneca Student in message) Continue reading Meetings Schedule
Come join us on June 25th 2017 as we march in the Toronto pride parade!
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Stephanie Bagley Vice President Seneca Newnham Pride
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There is a Seneca Pride meeting March 16th 2017. Room E1401. Ashton Deroy Writes: Transgender people have a recent history of having some issues with current bathroom accommodation in Canada. Unfortunately not everyone is as progressive about sharing the bathroom with their transgender peers. This causes the question, is the current accommodation enough or should we employ the gender neutral bathrooms like Snakes … Continue reading Seneca Pride meeting, how can we accommodate Non-Binary and transgender people with a suitable bathroom solution?
gayslayqueens on Instagram shared the pride flag photo. Meeting tonight at Seneca College Newnham campus, E1401 Newnham campus Thursday February 16th 2017. Continue reading Seneca Pride meeting tonight
Click colored names to contact. Melissa – President of Seneca Pride. Stephanie -Vice President of Seneca Pride Deepan– Secretary of Seneca Pride To contact Ashton Deroy, click his underlined name. Check out the Seneca Pride constitution Google Doc. Click the Picture below: Continue reading Seneca Pride, Student Federation team.
Ashton Deroy writes: “The colors of the pride flag represent the diversity of the LGBT+ community. The flag originates from Northern California, USA. Now the flag is the iconic symbol of Pride worldwide. Also the Netherlands was the first country to allow same sex marriage in 2001.” “Welcome back everyone, our next group is this Thursday from 5-7 p.m. Please note the room change, the … Continue reading January 12th meeting room E1401 Seneca Newnham campus 5:00pm – 7:00pm