End Racism and Hate: Your Right. Your Responsibility.
What is hate speech and what can you do about it?
BC’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner has released a hate speech guide to help people in B.C. better understand hate speech and their rights and responsibilities under the law.
The Significance of Black History Month | Mini Lesson #1
This Black History Month has been full of acknowledgements, celebrations and reflections for many. Whether you attended community events, read books by Black-identifying authors, or showed extra love to Black-owned businesses - this February has been an extremely important time for all communities on these lands.
February and Forever – Celebrating Black History Today and Everyday | Mini Lesson #2
“I think a lot of conversations around race and racism are usually ignored in British Columbia and I think that in itself is really harmful.” – Ruth Nakalyowa.
Black Trailblazers in B.C. and Canada | Mini Lesson #3
"Black History month is also a time to reclaim our history and control the narrative. Also to reflect on the progress we have made throughout the years and shine a light on the organizations and individuals who are continuing the work of our ancestors." - Donneil McNab