Education

The Centre for Race and Culture engages in educational projects and programs that help to increase cultural understanding, address racism, and promote the importance of diversity and inclusion. Our current core educational program is our Nehiyaw Language Lessons.

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2018 Campaign: 21for21

  • February 8, 2018

Join our commitment to creating a racism-free community What is the 21for21 Campaign? The 21for21 campaign was designed to commemorate March 21st, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.  The campaign invites organizations and individuals in Edmonton to commit to an intentional action that can help build a racism-free community. What is the International Day for […]

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Workshops for FCSS-funded programs

  • December 13, 2017

The Centre for Race and Culture, Multicultural Health Brokers Co-op and Creating Hope Society have partnered together to deliver workshops to FCSS-funded programs as part of their Diversity and Inclusion Capacity Building Strategy. This training is supported by the FCSS Committee and CSAB who see it as essential to ensure that funded programs and services are […]

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2017 Campaign: Anti-Racism Film Festival

  • January 24, 2017

March 21 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racism. In the spirit of sharing stories, CFRAC is partnering with the Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation to bring their Anti-Racism Film Festival to Edmonton. This festival will be preceded by a 48-hour film challenge during which teams will create films that explore ideas of racism, discrimination, […]

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Save the date

To observe Canada’s 150th, CFRAC is collaborating with some incredibly talented drama students from Lillian Osborne High School to create a living timeline of Canada’s race relations. Participants will be able to walk through a live, interactive installation, and will have an opportunity to engage in a reflective dialogue with all of the student actors. […]

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