Date of program: Wednesday October 28, 2020
Time of program: 1pm – 3pm EST
This event seeked to facilitate consultation, and the exchange of information between the nationally organized representatives of racialized communities. The focus of the discussions were on challenges faced, best practices, and recommendations for new or improved policies at the national level. We were also interested in the way in which organizations engaged in research and advocacy on behalf of their communities.
Guiding Questions for the Conversation
- How has Covid-19 changed the situation for your community?
- Racism represents an ongoing threat to Canada’s goal of an inclusive society. What are 3 key advocacy initiatives that would make a meaningful difference your community?
- What do you see as the role of CRRF in assisting your initiatives?
Event Report Available soon
- Andi Shi | Communications Committee Member, ACCT Foundation -ACT2ENDRACISM Network
- Cesar Cala | Filipino Rising, ACT2ENDRACISM Network Executive Committee Member, ACCT Foundation -ACT2ENDRACISM Network
- Stuart Wuttke | Director Legal Affairs & Justice, Assembly of First Nations
- Julie McGregor | Senior Legal Counsel, Assembly of First Nations
- Geoffrey Cameron | Director of Public Affairs, Bahá’ís of Canada
- Piera Savage | Staff Lawyer, Black Legal Action Clinic
- Dahabo Ahmed-Omer | Executive Director, BlackNorth Initiative
- Larry Rousseau | Executive Vice-President, Canadian Labour Congress
- Etti Goldman | Manager, Partnerships, Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CJIA)
- Samya Hasan | Executive Director, Council of Agencies Serving South Asia
- Lorene Oikawa | President, National Association of Japanese Canadians
- Hyung Jin (Pablo) Kim Sun | Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning Teaching, Research, and Program Assistant, The Canadian Council of Churches
- Sharanjeet Kaur | VP Ontario, World Sikh Organization