End Racism and Hate: Your Right. Your Responsibility.
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.
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.
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.