On the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation, we honour the missing children and Survivors of residential schools and their families, descendants, and Indigenous communities across Turtle Island.
Join the CRRC on Instagram Live at @racerelationsptbo throughout the month of October as we connect, converse, and challenge colonialism with local Indigenous changemakers from across the Michi Saagiig Anishinaabe territory.
"Many Indigenous leaders have publicly stated that apologies aren’t enough. Or worse, they are meaningless in a situation where the abuse continues. Late author and Stolo Elder Lee Maracle once said, “I can forgive you for stepping on my foot but you’ve got to step off first.” Land must be returned."
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.
Black Live Matter Nogojiwanong invites you to help create content for Black History Month 2022. To honour this month they want to support your art, creativity, and passion to memorialize this time…