Join us in celebration CRRC's 40th Anniversary on November 5th @ 2pm-5pm at the Emmanuel United Church on 534 George St. N
Please join us on Friday, September 16th at the Sadleir House for DisOrientation Week 2022!
The CRRC is co-hosting two back-2-back events in partnership with OPIRG, Diverse Nature Collective, and Centre for Women and Trans People, with sponsorship from ReFrame Film Festival and Silver Bean Cafe.
Join the CRRC for a hybrid (virtual & in-person) AGM and community event centered on Voices for Action Against Racism in Peterborough on Tuesday, May 17th @ 7pm-9pm with a pre-event social starting at 6pm (in-person only).
Racism “is unfortunately a reality, in our community.” — CRRC Chair Charmaine Magumbe, quoted in the article. The number of local hate crimes declined in 2021.
CRRC is pleased to introduce our new Coordinator, Czarina Garcia (she/her). Czarina will be overseeing all daily operations of CRRC and maintaining positive relationships with community stakeholders and political leaders to promote increased community understanding of racial intolerance and racial disadvantage arising from the institutional and systemic nature of racism.
The Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough proudly announces the launch of a calendar of local Black History Month 2022 events, starting on February 5th with a virtual launch event open to…
A poll by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and Abacus Data shows 93% of Canadians believe online hate speech and racism are a problem, with 49% saying they are “very serious problems.” At least 60% support federal government regulation.
Are you part of CRRC’s history? We want to hear from anyone connected to CRRC, past and present for our 40th anniversary.
“If they can't breathe, none of us can breathe.” Mi’kmaw lawyer, author and activist Dr. Pamela Palmater speaks in support of Black Lives Matter.