Immigrant Youth Take on Homophobia in ‘My Forbidden Disorder’

Immigrant Youth Take on Homophobia in ‘My Forbidden Disorder’ ‘My Forbidden Disorder’ is a new play written and performed by a group of immigrant youth that fearlessly examines the challenges faced by gay, lesbian and transgendered youth and strongly condemns the homophobia they face at school and in our communities. …

Kambo’s Korner: Racism in Youth

To this day, it baffles my mind how some people can be sooo ignorant ! I don’t understand. Is one uneducated? How is one influenced?

Kambo and Mel here AYOO =D

Hello, It’s Jasmine and Mel ! Here’s a little message from us ! ^_^

HERE I STAND: Stories of Immigrant and Refugee Youth

HERE I STAND: Stories of Immigrant and Refugee Youth Directed by: Yasmine Kandil Live music by: Enrique Rivas & Rob Hunter Project Coordinator: Negin Naraghi The Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Center Society would like to invite you to: “Here I Stand”: a theater performance by immigrant and refugee youth. The …

Now accepting Gurlz Facilitator applications! (Summer position)

Hello! Are you interested in gaining valuable experience this summer by becoming an antidote staff member? Well then, don’t delay. Apply now! Deadline: June 21st @ 9am (early applications recommended).

Youth Community Cafe

Join us on the evening of Thursday, May 27 for a Community Café to talk about the future of Victoria and what matters to you.

’36-24-36′ Documentary Film Now Available

An insightful feature length documentary film, made by adolescent girls, that explores the issue of female body image and its correlation with eating disorders.