Maytree Five Good Ideas about advancing racial justice with Debbie Douglas, Executive Director, OCASI (Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants) and Avvy Go, Clinic Director, Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic.
Intolerance is growing around the world and Canada is not immune. All too often, we see and hear of the economic and social impacts of racism and inequality on Indigenous Peoples and racialized groups, particularly women, in education, housing, justice, and employment. How can individuals, groups and organizations work together to address this trend and bring about change? In this session, Avvy Go and Debbie Douglas will present five good ideas on how to develop and evaluate the needed policies, programs, and other practices that can address anti-racism and advance racial justice.
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