On this page, you can find the multiple resource lists that we have compiled.
Asian Heritage Month
May is Asian Heritage Month, and it’s dedicated to reflecting and celebrating the people of Asian Descent (East Asia, Southern Asia, Western, Central, and Southeast Asia). We’ve compiled Asian resources and recommendations containing shows, movies, podcasts, local businesses, organizations, and so much more.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/asian-heritage-month
Black History Month
February is Black History Month, and it’s dedicated to honouring and celebrating Black People in history. We have compiled an ongoing list of black resources recommended by UWSA directors, staff and UofW students. You can find different local organizations and businesses to support, books to read, influences to follow, and much more.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/black-history-month-resources
Critical Mental Health
The field of mental health is far from unified in its basic assumptions and practices. Patients, ex-patients, professionals, and academics have formed various international critical coalitions drawing attention to misinformation and the potential for harm. The critical analysis also draws attention to non-psychiatric approaches to the promotion of human well-being.
The UWSA is providing this platform to allow students to access critical knowledge in the mental health field. Access to both conventional and critical mental health knowledge is necessary so that students can make informed choices as they navigate mental health services. The perspectives presented in both conventional and critical mental health scholarship should not be assumed to be opinions of the UWSA.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/critical-mentalhealth
Indigenous History Month
June is National Indigenous History Month, and it is dedicated to taking time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples across Canada. The UWSA directors and staff have compiled resources and recommendations to celebrate and show support for the Indigenous community.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/indigenous-history-month-resources
Your mental health is more important than ever right now. Please find below a list of mental health and support resources throughout Canada to help you through these challenging times!
Keep in mind that this list is not intended to provide individual medical advice. Please arrange to meet with your healthcare provider to address individual health questions and concerns.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/mental-health-resources
Pride Month Resources
June is Pride Month, and it’s dedicated to uplifting, celebrating, and supporting the 2SLGBTQ* community. The UWSA directors and staff have compiled 2SLGBTQ* resources and recommendations containing shows, movies, podcasts, local businesses, and organizations.
You can view it here: theuwsa.ca/pride-month-resources