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End Racism and Hate: Your Right. Your Responsibility.

Find Your Community Network

You have the right and the responsibility to live in a society free from racism and hate. Connect with your Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network member today by clicking on your location.

To use the map, please rotate your phone. Or see our list of community networks.

If you do not find a network member in your community, contact the Resilience BC Hub at ResilienceBC@vircs.bc.ca and we will connect you with a member organization in your region.

We would like to acknowledge the work of the First Peoples’ Cultural Council in developing this map and encourage you to visit their site to learn more about First Peoples’ language, arts, and heritage. This map is not intended to show the exact territorial boundaries, but rather demonstrate the fact that Indigenous people have inhabited different areas of the province throughout history.

In addition to the community based anti-racism network, Resilience BC includes Community Conveners. who are working to advance dialogue and support initiatives that address critical issues of racism highlighted through 2020 and 2021. Community Conveners have a provincial scope and each convener is engaged in systemic anti-racism work to address anti-Indigenous racism, anti-Asian racism, anti-Black racism, and faith-based hate. The Community Conveners are:

Don’t want to use the map? Please see our list of community networks.

What’s Happening Around BC

Communities across B.C. are connected and committed to eliminating racism and hate. Here you will find stories about what is happening across the province.

Bias at the Beach: Addressing racism on the Sunshine Coast

Posted on March 18, 2021

On a wintry day at the beach, Kathryn sat by the picnic table, all bundled up and raring to talk about a challenging topic that confronts her town: racism.

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Active witnessing: Delta folks learn to stand up to racism

Posted on March 18, 2021

Huddled over the screen were Megan Simpson and her 9-year-old son. Together, they go over cue cards to choose the best response to a hate incident.

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BC gov’t unveils campaign to create awareness on racism

Posted on March 19, 2021

The Government of British Columbia on Friday (March 19) launched an anti-racism campaign focusing on promoting anti-racist literacy within the province.

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