The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria is pleased to host an Anti-Racism Community Conversation on January 22, 2019, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Royal BC Museum, in partnership with the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH) Anti-Racism Engagement team as part of national Anti-Racism Engagement Sessions.
The aim of this specific consultation is to meet with and engage racialized communities and Indigenous Peoples, to hear about their lived experiences and recommendations to end racism and discrimination.
Gary Anandasangaree - Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism and other representatives from Canadian Heritage will be in attendance to hear, firsthand, the recommendations of conversation participants.
Space is limited and priority will be given to racialized and Indigenous Peoples. Please contact Kate Longpre if you require financial assistance for travel costs to attend the event.
The Royal BC Museum is committed to creating welcoming, safe and inclusive communities and if you would like to continue this conversation, please watch our website for an evening dialogue event with ICA in May called "A Case for Inclusion" .