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The Black Perspectives Office (BPO) is dedicated to fostering  Black students' full engagement, access, and sense of belonging at Concordia. We offer resources, services, and programming for Concordia students from Black commmunities, and we bridge access with internal units and external organizations that can support Black student success and wellness.



Programs & Services

Student Ambassadors and Peer Support

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Mentorship Program

Support & Advocacy

Learn more about our programs and services

Learn more about our programs and services

If you have questions and would like to learn more about our programs and services, you can connect with Teeanna Munro at to book a meeting.

Teeanna Munro is the Project Coordinator for the Black Perspectives Office and her role most directly serves our Black students at Concordia as she leads the BPO’s student programming. 

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Learn more about our support and advocacy

Isabelle St-Louis is the facilitator for the Black Perspectives Office. She provides culturally safe support and advocacy for Black students through confidential and nonjudgmental consultations.

If you’d like to discuss about a situation where you experienced any kind of bias, whether it happened on or off campus and are looking for guidance, you can connect with her at

Funding Opportunities

Project Funding

Research Fellowships




President’s Task Force on Anti⁠-⁠Black Racism

The task force co-chairs, leadership team and sub-committees undertake the important work of addressing anti-Black racism at Concordia.

Black Perspectives Office

Our offices are located in the Faubourg Ste-Catherine building

1250 Guy Montreal, QC H3H 2L3

S-FB 1020

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