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The Story of Black People and Mental Health ABOUT THIS EVENT This workshop will be a hybrid (on-line/in-person) workshop. AGENDA: 1-1:15- Introductions, Discussion about our nonprofit 1:15-2- Dr. Jide Adelugba- Stigma within the Black community and ethnocentric groups 2-2:05- Snack Break 2:05-2:45- Dr. Irene Tchum-Ugbawa to discuss Mental Health with Families especially as Newcomers to […]
Saskatchewan German Council in partnership with the Saskatchewan Association of International Languages Please join us for a workshop and Q & A session on bilingualism: Importance of bilingualism, passing on a mother tongue, maintaining active bilingualism, advantages & disadvantages of bilingualism, promoting language learning, and sustaining interest in languages. Speaker: Dr. Olga Lovick Professor and Head, […]
Both screenings will feature a panel discussion, providing education and additional context to the films. Stay tuned for our panel guest announcements!*Please note that these films contain references to sensitive topics, including residential schools and the internment of Japanese-Canadians. Resources and support will be available for any viewers who may need it.*REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE […]
About this event Local guest speakers will share their experiences with racism, how they were impacted, and what resulted. Organized by RRLIP in partnership with Regina Public Library, MCoS, and many other community organizations. What to Expect that Day: - Learn from guest speakers sharing their experiences with racism and discrimination - Watch the Ripples […]
Southeast Newcomer Services in partner with SWIS (Settlement Workers In Schools) to host an art showing at the Weyburn Art Gallery from March 18th to 30th 2022. This display will occur over the national racism day, 21 Mar 2022. We have asked some of our SWIS students and SNS adults to draw or paint a […]
Black + Rural: A Window into the Lives and Experiences of Black Canadians Tucked Away on the Countryside by Performance Storyteller Shayna Jones Black + Rural is a national scope, artistic inquiry into the hearts and minds of afro-descent Canadians tucked away on the countryside. Full of mesmerizing, dynamic contemporary and historical storytelling, Black + […]
An opportunity for attendees to learn how to recognize colonialism in your country of origin and how to build understanding and relationships in spite of it.
When: March 22, 2022 1:00 P.M. – 4:40 P.M. ET Hate crimes are considered message crimes and minority communities are often the target. During the first year of the pandemic, the number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada increased by 37 per cent over 2019, according to Statistics Canada. It’s the highest number of reported hate […]