BIPOC Safer Space
The BIPOC (Black, Indigenous & People of Color) Safer Space is a space made available to Black, Indigenous, and racialized 2SLGBTQIA+ folks.
This is a calm place, far from the crowds, where BIPOC folks can go in order to decompress, gather and benefit, if necessary, from active listening services offered by peer support workers with an anti-oppressive approach and from 2SLGBTQIA+ community based organizations, AGIR, Black Mental Health Connections, Mubaadarat & AIDS Community Care Montreal. The Safer Spaces are accessible on the main site at the Olympic Park's Esplanade.
16h00 to 23h00
Esplanade du Parc olympique Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
French and English
- AGIR Montréal (Action LGBTQIA+ avec les immigrant·e·s et réfugié·e·s)