Many Windows, One Light 2019

Many Windows, One Light 2019

Many Windows, One Light 2019: An afternoon of dialogue and story-sharing towards a caring and welcoming community The Mount Community Centre Saturday, February 9, 2019 · 1-6:30 pm Including presentations, dialogue, artmaking & potluck dinner Bernie Farber: Opening ‘Provocateur’ Chair, Canadian Anti-Hate Network · National context, and community response FREE … but come prepared to participate …

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CRRC Kwanzaa Feast. FREE!

Community Race Relations Committee Presents a Community Feast: Kwanzaa of the African Diaspora … All are WELCOME! There’s free parking too. Celebrate Kwanzaa with us by enjoying a FREE Afrocentric meal! This feast will take place on the day of Kujichagulia, Self-Determination. Get your FREE ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/crrc-kwanzaa-feast-free-tickets-50891519906 Caribbean Sizzle will be catering! Kwanzaa is a …

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Peace Vigil: Standing with Tree of Life Synagogue

5 – 6 pm, 534 George St N. In the wake of the October 27 massacre at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, the Peterborough Peace Council is focusing this month’s vigil to solidarity with Jewish community members here in Nogojiwanong/ Peterborough, in Pittsburgh, and around the world. We are reaching out to Beth Israel …

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Wanted: CRRC Coordinator

Coordinator, Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough Posted date: August 14, 2018 Application closing date: Friday, September 7, 2018 at 5 pm Permanent part-time position Hours: 25 hours/week X 52 weeks Wage: $25.00/hour [Increases from $22/hour following 3-month probationary period] Reports to: Board of Directors, Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough The Community Race Relations …

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When Canada Targeted Indigenous Children & Their Mothers, Lynn Stood Up!

When Canada Targeted Indigenous Children & Their Mothers, Lynn Stood Up! The Peterborough Famous Six Committee are planning an event that honours the work of Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe Dr. Lynn Ghel. This gathering is to honour Lynn and her 32 years of hard work to protect Indigenous Mothers and Children from Canada’s sexist discrimination in the …

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Diversity, Safety and Inclusion Matters

Diversity, Safety and Inclusion matters. Apologies for cross postings. The Peterborough Police Service wants to better understand issues related to diversity, inclusion and safety in the three jurisdictions we serve; Peterborough, Lakefield and Cavan Monaghan. To help us please use this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/D-Incl-Safety and complete the survey. This survey is anonymous. You do not have …

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