The Equity Studies Student Union (ESSU) is a vibrant and active student group whose members work throughout the year to provide extra-curricular events that will complement students’ in-class education. ESSU is responsible for putting together extra-curricular events for students in the Equity program and the larger community in and off campus, in the effort to combine academic studies, community engagement and student organizing. Some of ESSU’s annual events include Linked Oppressions, which includes week-long events aimed at addressing the intersection and the rejection of transphobia, homophobia and racism. Another event that ESSU puts together is Disability Studies Week, which provides discussions and presentations dedicated to the examination of disability and representation. Finally, ESSU’s biggest annual event, Decolonizing Our Minds, provides a platform to discuss the process of decolonization within the settler-state of Canada. Events and activities that ESSU organizes are always accessible, are always free and are always framed within an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, anti-ableist, anti-homophobic and equitable worldview.