VOTE YES TO OPIRG in the SGPS referendum, March 26 & 27
For 20 years the Kingston chapter of the Ontario Public Interest Research Group, or OPIRG, has been dedicated to research, education, and action in the public interest.
OPIRG has started and supported numerous important projects at Queen’s and in the wider Kingston community that work towards social and environmental justice:
Push It Hip Hop Festival
Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change
Reelout Queer Film Festival
Alternative Frosh Week
Yellow Bike Action
The Positive Space Program
Radio shows on CFRC
If you’re are an SGPS member, you can help OPIRG to continue to provide resources to support and create new initiatives such as:
The Childcare Collective (offering childcare during campus and community events)
People’s History Project Archives
Know Your Rights (informing St. Patrick’s Day and Homecoming celebrants of their legal rights)
Social Justice Media Collective
Vote “YES” to renew OPIRG’s opt-outable student fee this March 26th & 27th.