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Check out the highlights of an amazing Black Futures Month at GBC! February was full of learning opportunities and events that enlightened and challenged the George Brown College (GBC) community.

Gueye is proof that if you have a dream, stick to it! She graduated from GBC's Construction Engineering Technician program in 1999 and landed her dream job in 2021. Now, she helps others find success in the skilled trades.

The GBC Theatre School grad's career took off early in the pandemic and continues to grow with new opportunities in the U.S., thanks to her work on the show "Slip," a streaming series from celebrity executive producer Dakota Johnson.

As part of George Brown College's (GBC) Black Futures Month celebrations, Hall reflected on his life during a fireside chat and book launch event at Waterfront Campus.

Kuadey began to find success with her ISRAELLA KOBLA women's clothing brand soon after she graduated from the Fashion Techniques and Design program in 2019. Five years later, she's reached an incredible professional milestone.

As George Brown College (GBC) celebrates Black Futures Month in February, Black Futures Initiatives Senior Manager Mary Ola continues building out the bigger vision of creating safe spaces for Black students, employees and faculty that promote growth and Black flourishing.

Black students at George Brown College (GBC) now have a safe space to connect, learn and relax with the opening of the Black Student Success Network Space at St. James Campus. Years in the making, this highly anticipated new space was designed with direct input from Black students.

The event, Land Acknowledgments from the Black Perspective with artist d'bi young, kicks off our in-person Black Futures Month activities on Monday, February 5.

On January 27, we come together to honour the memory of the Holocaust victims. This day, marking the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1945, is a heartfelt reminder to cherish every life and stand united against hatred and discrimination. Let us hold close the stories of survivors like Suzanne...

Important transformations are unfolding at George Brown College as we pursue the goals outlined in our Anti-Racism Action Plan. The plan guides the crucial steps we take to address racism and advance anti-racism at the college.