Past Events Produced & Hosted by Nadi Fantastic
As far as small communities go, there are unique perspectives and misunderstandings around what discrimination really is, which becomes extremely polarizing in practice. The aim of this 1-day seminar is to understand the layers of biases and discuss, in a safe and supported space, how racism exists in Squamish as well as other small communities.
Working with a deeper understanding of diversity, inclusion and equity, the intention is to discover the ways we can work as a community to dismantle the negativity and eliminate discrimination. First by acknowledging the layers of racism that exist and following this up with actionable solutions.
November 7, 2020
1pm to 4pm
Listen, Unlearn & ReLearn.
"This is important work that Nadi finds a way to make accessible to the entire room. Our group left her talk with communication tools and real action items for our company"
- Jonathan Thompson
Hosted in Squamish, BC
We wish to extend acknowledgement and respect to the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam nations for the privilege of us holding space on their sovereign, unceded and unsurrendered territories.
A million tiny steps..
That's the framework of anti-racism practices. Through continuous learning with open minds, we take tiny steps towards equity and inclusion.
The training will be recorded and available to those who may not be available to attend. Register in advance to receive the recording after the event.
Donations are Optional
All are welcome.
This is a community event designed to connect and build on a conversation of inclusion and equity without shame, blame, guilt or drama. The work of anti-racism is complex and challenging.
Begin where you are - and just keep going.
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