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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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: Just Because:My big sister Clemmie is my best friend. She can't walk, talk, move around…

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. Visit @parn4counties on Instagram for today’s #ItsFridayImStill

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. CRRC is in conversation with Patricia Wilson, founder of Diverse Nature Collective. This week's focus: the lack of diverse representation in Conservation organizations, environmental groups and non-profits.

Stories for Hope, Healing & Belonging

In light of the disturbing discovery of 215 children's remains were found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School, we have selected stories to help us introduce the topic of residential schools to young children. All are welcome to join for these stories and conversation.Stories we will share: Shi-shi-etko: In just four days young Shi-shi-etko will have to leave her family and all that she knows to attend residential school.She spends her last days at home treasuring the beauty of her world -- the dancing sunlight, the tall grass, each shiny rock, the tadpoles in the creek, her grandfather's paddle song.…

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’s live is hosted by @parn4counties. A conversation with Bob and Natalia about HIV Long Term Survivors Day, U=U and more.

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’s live is hosted by @kawartha_sac and @racerelationsptbo about ecepereincing systemic hate and racism.

Stories for Hope, Healing & Belonging

All are welcome to join for these stories and conversation. Stories we will share: Shi-shi-etko - Nicola I. Campbell (Pictures by Kim LaFave) In just four days young Shi-shi-etko will have to leave her family and all that she knows to attend residential school.She spends her last days at home treasuring the beauty of her world -- the dancing sunlight, the tall grass, each shiny rock, the tadpoles in the creek, her grandfather's paddle song. Her mother, father and grandmother, each in turn, share valuable teachings that they want her to remember. And so Shi-shi-etko carefully gathers her memories for…

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 week's conversation is inspired by Braiding Sweetgrass book study with @earlylearning_qi but not just for those who have read the book! @racerelationsptbo and @compass_celc will share reflections from the book and connect with broader themes of relationships, gratitude, gifts & reciprocity.

Happy Indigenous Peoples Day: Let’s Talk Land Acknowledgments

Happy Indigenous Peoples Day! Today we have an exciting video interview in collaboration with Fadzo Media Productions. We discussed the importance of land acknowledgements and the part that non-indigenous people can play on the path to truth and reconciliation. If you're interested in watching it click on the link in our bio.

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 week's conversation is about Food Secure Friday, June 25th, on the KSAC Instagram page at 1:30 pm. Our guest tomorrow is Mary Anne Martin: "Mary Anne Martin is a Postdoctoral Fellow, in the School of the Environment, at Trent University. She has researched food insecurity and responses to it in Peterborough for the past 10 years, most recently as they pertain to local pandemic responses and how they connect with local food production." It's Friday,…