This was the fifth Roundtable in the CRRF's six-city series. A panel of thought-leaders led the discussion about who defines Canadian values, and what Calgary institutions are doing to address racial discrimination.
Bow Valley College | May 18 2016
The CRRF partnered with the City of Calgary, the Alberta Human Rights Commission and Bow Valley College to host the fifth Roundtable in its six-city series, which also includes Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Winnipeg and Halifax.
Cam Stewart - Education and Engagement Consultant, Alberta Human Rights Commission | Jeny Mathews-Thusoo - Issue Strategist, City of Calgary | Jayashree Thatte Bhat - Founder and Director of the Performing Arts section of SILPA (School of Indian Languages and Performing Arts) | Judy Shapiro – Associate Executive Director, Calgary Jewish Federation | Bev Renaud - Aboriginal community worker, City of Calgary | Lorna M. Crowshoe – Issues Strategies, City of Calgary | Melissa Luhtanen – Lawyer, Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre