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Black History Month Proclamation & Launch

Virtual Event (Zoom)

Theme: Healing of the mind, body and soul. Drop everything and dance! Virtual launch event, open to the public. Join us on Zoom at: https://tinyurl.com/BHMLaunch2021

Journey to Justice

This documentary by Roger McTair is about Canada's unsung heroes in the fight for Black civil rights. Please watch the film (free) any time during Black History Month. https://www.nfb.ca/film/journey_to_justice/ Then join us on February 27th at 7 pm for a discussion on Journey to Justice and chances to win prizes. This event is hosted by Zingha. Please visit our website, https://www.zingha.ca/ for information on our Black History Month contest for children and youth. The winner of this contest will be announced on February 27th at 7:00 pm.

Free

ReFrame and Race

Let's chat about the films we saw, and what they inspire us to do. Co-hosted by CRRC and the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough. Join us on Zoom at: https://tinyurl.com/reframe-and-race

Let’s Get it Started

This 3 hour workshop hosted by the Trent Association of Black Students (TABS) and the Community Race Relations Committee (CRRC) will get you started and help you navigate authentic conversations about racism and equity.

Free

Stories for Hope, Healing and Belonging

Story-time for parents and children. Join us every other Tuesday as we read children's stories about diversity and inclusion. After the readings, our hosts Compass ELT, the New Canadians Centre and the Community Race Relations Committee discuss the themes in the stories and create space for parents and caregivers to explore ways to talk with children about race and diversity.

Free

Anti-Racism in Practice: Making Connections, Completing the Circle Part 1

This interactive, engaging 3 part workshop series runs over 3 consecutive Thursdays — Feb. 11, 18 & 25. Delivered by CRRC through the Question of Care training initiative, it will examine ways to develop, maintain, and protect relationships with diverse and BIPOC communities using a Medicine Wheel framework. Through the series, participants will explore options for assessing individual and organizational anti-racist/anti-oppressive practices and identify concrete actions for becoming anti-racist.

$59 – $99

Anti-Racism in Practice: Making Connections, Completing the Circle Part 2

This interactive, engaging 3 part workshop series runs over 3 consecutive Thursdays — Feb. 11, 18 & 25. Delivered by CRRC through the Question of Care training initiative, it will examine ways to develop, maintain, and protect relationships with diverse and BIPOC communities using a Medicine Wheel framework. Through the series, participants will explore options for assessing individual and organizational anti-racist/anti-oppressive practices and identify concrete actions for becoming anti-racist.

$59 – $99

Stories for Hope, Healing and Belonging

Story-time for parents and children. Join us every other Tuesday as we read children's stories about diversity and inclusion. After the readings, our hosts Compass ELT, the New Canadians Centre and the Community Race Relations Committee discuss the themes in the stories and create space for parents and caregivers to explore ways to talk with children about race and diversity.

Free

Leaving No One Behind: Advancing the SDGs in Nogojiwanong / Peterborough

Hosted by the Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) and GreenUP, this is a free virtual forum designed to share and build on the collective work of over 100 community members on 5 local priorities: No Poverty, Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitization, Climate Action, and Prioritizing Indigenous Leadership.

Free

Anti-Racism in Practice: Making Connections, Completing the Circle Part 3

This interactive, engaging 3 part workshop series runs over 3 consecutive Thursdays — Feb. 11, 18 & 25. Delivered by CRRC through the Question of Care training initiative, it will examine ways to develop, maintain, and protect relationships with diverse and BIPOC communities using a Medicine Wheel framework. Through the series, participants will explore options for assessing individual and organizational anti-racist/anti-oppressive practices and identify concrete actions for becoming anti-racist.

$59 – $99

Diversity “Speed Dating”

Here is your opportunity to engage in conversations on diversity, equity & inclusion in a "speed dating" format. This fun and interactive event hosted by the Trent Association of Black Students (TABS) and the Community Race Relations Committee (CRRC) will create brave and safe spaces for intergenerational discussions in diversity.

Free

BHM Musical BINGO

Join us for this classic game of chance with music, replacing the numbers on your card with artists and songs from all types of genres to highlight, appreciate and educate the great contributions from black artists to music.  Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96352427842 Participants will need 2 devices to play Bingo. (Computer, smartphone, tablet, etc…) • One device is used to view and listen to the Zoom Bingo Event.  • Second device is to view & play your Music Bingo Card. When participants join the event at the scheduled time, they can generate their Music Bingo Card from the link posted in the chat…

Free

White Fragility: Breaking down and breaking through the wall of defensiveness.

The workshop is meant for those with an intermediate understanding of Anti-Racism. Moving beyond Diversity 101 we will dig deeper to move past fragility. This workshop will help you begin to build up stamina and break through the wall of defensiveness associated with White Fragility.

Journey to Justice

Join us on Zoom at this link for a discussion about this documentary by Roger McTair that pays tribute to a group of Canadians who took racism to court. This event is hosted by Zingha. Please visit our website, https://www.zingha.ca/ for information on our Black History Month contest for children and youth.  The winner for this contest will be announced in this call.

Free

Stories for Hope, Healing & Belonging

Join us Tuesday as we share two new stories that celebrate International Women's Day. All are welcome!Your hosts are members of of the Community and Race Relations Committee of Peterborough, the New Canadians Centre, Community Living CKL and Compass Early Learning & Care. Every other Tuesday at noon we invite you to sit down with your child for lunch and a story!You can join in the conversation via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84562051231Or you can watch on Facebook Live right here. Stories we will share this week: Lucy's UmbrellaLucy has vitiligo. She finds beauty in the patterns on her skin. She also finds beauty…

Stories for Hope, Healing & Belonging

Join us Tuesday as we share two new stories that celebrate International Women's Day. All are welcome! Your hosts are members of the Community and Race Relations Committee of Peterborough, the New Canadians Centre, Community Living CKL and Compass Early Learning & Care. Every other Tuesday at noon we invite you to sit down with your child for lunch and a story! You can join in the conversation via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84562051231Or you can watch on Facebook Live right here. Stories we will share this week: Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match/no combina - (In Spanish & English)Marisol McDonald has flaming red hair and…

It’s Friday and I’m still…

A lot is going on in the world that we need to unpack. @racerelationsptbo, @kawartha_sacand @parn4counties are getting together on Instagram LIVE on Friday afternoons to look at currents events from the intersectional racialized/marginalized experience.  Join CRRC, KSAC & PARN as we launch the #ItsFridayImStill campaign. Every Friday, we'll host conversations and share stories about the intersections of the racialized & marginalized experience. We'll kick off with the Executive Directors from CRRC, KSAC & PARN  to discuss the campaign and links to current issues that impact marginalized communities from their own unique perspectives. Every Friday, we'll host an array of guests who will speak to…

It’s Friday and I’m still…

Join CRRC, KSAC & PARN for the second week of the #ItsFridayImStill campaign. Every Friday, we'll host conversations and share stories about the intersections of the racialized & marginalized experience. Every Friday, we'll host an array of guests who will speak to their unique experiences of "still being" in the context of current events.

It’s Friday and I’m still…

Every Friday, we'll host an array of guests who will speak to their unique experiences of "still being" in the context of current events. This Friday at noon Angela Connors and Ropa Mungwari from CRRC @racerelationsptbo will be chatting on Instagram live on intersecting identities and making connections.