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Antiracism 101 presented by GVJCCA
February 13 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Greater Vancouver Japanese Canadian Citizens’ Association (GVJCCA) is pleased to introduce a series of monthly Zoom workshops to support racialized communities, address racism, and build community networks. These sessions aim to empower, educate, and build allyship. The first workshop will be held on February 13. Antiracism 101 will address burning questions including: What’s the difference between “antiracist” and “not racist”? What is White privilege and White fragility? Are microaggressions really harmful? We will also explore the history of racism in BC, leading up to the present day. This workshop is particularly targeted for those seeking a deeper understanding of antiracism, but we welcome participants of all education levels and backgrounds. Registration is open to all adults – youth 12 and up may join their parent participants. Please note: sessions are guided by applying respect, kindness and supporting participant safety. To register for FREE, please visit: gvjcca_antiracism101.eventbrite.ca For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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