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February 2020
Black History Month
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation Celebrates Black History Month

Read our full statement HERE.

CRRF black history month events:
  • The CRRF is honoured to mark Black History Month through its participation in the Blackness in Canada conference which will be held in Toronto on February 4-5.
  • We also invite Canadians to visit our website to review the findings of Race Relations in Canada, a survey of Canadian public opinion produced by the Environics Institute in partnership with the CRRF. The views and perspectives of Black Canadians are explored in detail. The report may be found here.
Coming Soon: RDS vs. 
RDS vs. tells the true personal story of Rodney Darren Smalls’ (RDS), and his journey to shake the stereotypes that followed him as a Black teenage drug dealer and channel his entrepreneurship into community benefit.
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We Are Canada
The 2019 We are Canada project is now complete. 

Check out this piece on the project in the Toronto Star: "
We Are Canada project’ showcases diverse Canadian stories of resilience, tenacity and tolerance."

View the 2019 We Are Canada collection.
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Directions Journal

In continuation of the CRRF’s successful Race Relations Survey launch in December 2019, this month’s Directions features a commentary by Michael Adams, the founder and president of Environics Institute, and Lilian Ma, Executive Director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation.

Are Canadians Ready to Confront Racism?” provides an overview of the importance of the survey conducted such as insights as to how racialized communities feel about racism towards groups other than their own, and where they see race relations heading towards in the future. 

 


 
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CRRF Webinars
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Addressing Anti-Black Racism in our Schools

The webinar will addresses what is Anti-Black racism and how it manifests in the education system.
 
Feb 6th, 3 PM EST
The Blurring of a Genocide: Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the Challenge of Conciliation

The release, in 2015, of the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was notable in many ways. One of those was the clear statement that governments of Canada had engaged in a cultural genocide against Indigenous Peoples.
 
Mar 11th, 11 AM EST
Building Inclusive Organizations
 
Diversity is a fact.
Inclusion is a choice.

 
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"I'm Just a Kid!"
CRRF Community
CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is requesting ideas will interrogate the context of racism and the rise of hate in Ontario and in the greater framework of Canada.

Details.
'Joyful' Syrian refugee gains Canadian Citizenship

The CRRF extends its congratulations to Tareq Hadhad, our 2019 Canada Lecture featured speaker, on the recent acquisition of his well-deserved Canadian Citizenship.

Find out more.
CRRF Resources

Learning about Racism

The CRRF is developing an exclusive on-line program that will bring together a “faculty” of subject matter experts to create a curriculum and a set of reading materials.

Learners, drawn from multiple sectors, will read provided material and participate in courses led by faculty members who are experts in the topic of discussion. 

Find out more.

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