Action Groups are the life of OPIRG York! Each group works autonomously on anti-oppressive, anti-colonial, anti-imperialist, and environmental justice campaigns and issues. Whether your vision for a just future centers around socialism, anarchism, anti-colonialism and anti-racism, and/or just climate transitions—OPIRG wants to resource and nurture your work toward justice!

OPIRG York is committed to change at York University but we also envision a larger, community interaction and engagement. We work to blend student organizing with grassroots activism to ensure broad social and environmental change. As such, our Action Groups are dedicated to not only driving change on campus, but in the broader community as well.

Some examples of past Action Groups include: Cinema Politica, Tools For Change, YU Divest, Prisoner Correspondence Project Toronto, and the Palestine Solidarity Collective (PSC).


If you have any questions about applying to become an Action Group and/or what the benefits of becoming an Action Group are please contact the Programming Coordinator via email at volunteer.opirgyork@gmail.com.


Our application process for 2022 is now open! To be considered for Action Group status in the next round (September 2023-2024):



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EUC Black Caucus: Dedicated to good trouble

The EUC Black Caucus represents and advocates for the collective interests of Black Environmental and Urban Change (EUC) students—graduates, undergraduate, as well as recent graduates—in all matters of departmental policy and action at York University. The EUC Black Caucus seeks to build community among Black EUC students, faculty, and the larger university, with consideration for the diverse experiences and interests of Black students. Above all, the EUC Black Caucus works to optimise the environment within which Black EUC students and recent graduates develop, both professionally and personally.


If you have questions or want to get involved please email 



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Nat Taylor FIlms Presented at York logo with an old-school film camera to the left.


Nat Taylor Films inspires collectivity, cohesion, and social well-being amongst the York University campus through the hosting of monthly screening events of independent works. Our screenings explore contemporary voices, York student body, public communities, and present-day world. We  showcase film works that address contemporary themes and community spirit and that are anti-establishment, anti-capital, anti-colonial, and outliers to the commercial platforms of the mainstream film industry.


If you have questions or want to get involved please email



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We are a collective of young South Asian artists (and aspiring artists) interested in using the arts to raise awareness on important global and local issues.

in using the arts to raise awareness on important global and local issues. Our group strives to use the arts to raise awareness and create progressive political and cultural change. We are anti-capitalist, anti-colonialist, and anti-imperialist.


If you have questions or want to get involved please email info@kalashakti.org