We address racism and encourage intercultural understanding.
The Centre for Race and Culture is a trusted source for generating, gathering, and sharing reliable and accurate information on anti-racism.
We aim to create a society free of discrimination and racism.Learn More
To advocate and support individual, social and systemic change to address racism and discrimination and increase intercultural understanding.Learn More
How do we do it?
Our Projects and Initiatives
The Centre for Race and Culture runs many grant-funded initiatives aligned with community priorities, funding objectives, and our strategic plan. In each initiative we undertake, we aim to:
- Foster bold leadership that focuses dialogue on racial and cultural discrimination and supports real change.
- Ground our work in the issues, concerns, and strengths in the community, and engage meaningfully.
- Communicate our activities, results, and other information on anti-racism through print and online formats.
âpahkowâyânaw: Indigenous Education Sessions on Indigenous Issues and Advocacy
Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations; Season Two, 2021 – 2022
Challenging Discrimination through Community Conversations; Season 1, 2020 – 2021
What else do we do?
Custom Consulting Practice
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Are you interested in supporting the mission and vision of the Centre for Race and Culture through direct involvement in our work? We invite you to get involved and become a volunteer. Become a Volunteer
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Our events provide a way for our community to come together in supporting our shared goals and celebrating our successes. View the upcoming events.
want to keep learning?
Browse publications, factsheets, and other educational resources. These resources are intended to be shared with the community and are permitted to be used in individual and group educational settings. View CFRAC Research Publications.
See educational resources from other organizations working toward similar goals around the world. Explore community organizations.