November 2005
during a formal ball held in the Dal SUB, two students had to be kicked out for harassing people with homophobic slurs. JemieBlasina? approached university chaplain ClemMehlman to discuss his ideas of addressing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and queer concerns on campus. Photo caption: NSPIRG Working Group Humans Against Homophobia AllisonGurnham?, JamieBlasina?, ChrisIde? and CyGiacomin? hope to build awareness about homophobia.
Tue, 10 Jan 2006
From: JamieBlasina? Tommorow night (Wednesday, Jan. 11), Humans Against Homophobia will be having its first meeting. HAH is a newly formed working group of the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group (NSPIRG), that hopes to educate students and community members on issues of homophobia on campus and in the larger community. Tommorow's meeting will be to formalize group aims, as well as start planning a "kick-off" event. It will be held in Room 314 of the SUB (NSPIRG/society) office. All are welcome. Hope to see you there! [The Dal Gazette article1 says ClemMehlman, "knew Humans Against Homophobia, a working group of NSPIRG, had been active, on and off again, over the past 15 years." The chaplain suggested Blasina go to NSPIRG and try to restart the defunct HAH group.]
March 2, 2006
an agreement is signed, JamieBlasina?, Co-ordinator, Humans Against Homophobia

; March 28-29, 2006: Produces photo show, Breaking the Silence: Homphobia in Halifax


1. Taking A Stand, Dalhousie Gazette, February 19, 2006