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Cultural Awareness Series | Anti-racism Workshops with Jo Chrona

Discussions will revolve around how to create an anti-racist society. 

Monday, October 4
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

In person session to meet everyone. Continental breakfast, fruit, coffee, water and lunch will be provided.

*Note that all sessions must be attended to receive the certificate.

Open to faculty & staff of Coast Mountain College.

Workshop series

  • Monday, October 4
  • Wednesday, November 3
  • Tuesday, November 16
  • Tuesday, November 23
  • Monday, December 6

Facilitator: Jo Chrona

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In these sessions, we briefly examine: 

  • The difference between “not being racist” and “being anti-racist”
  • What it can mean to unpack our biases and move from fear to growth 
  • How we can understand the role of privilege in anti-racism work 
  • In becoming anti-racist, how we move from fear to growth 
  • “Racial gaslighting” and how we avoid perpetuating this 

As we respond to the Recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, we continue to engage in challenging conversations about Indigenous-specific systemic racism and also discuss: 

  • What Indigenous-specific racism looks like in our education systems 
  • How we disrupt what is not working to ensure a responsive system for Indigenous learners 

Our next steps in our learning to help create an education system that effectively responds to Indigenous learners, families and communities. 

Contact

For more information contact Ali McDougall at amcdougall@coastmountaincollege.ca


Date:
Oct 04, 2021
How to find us: Terrace campus
Starts at:10:00 AM

Ends at: 02:00 PM