Join us for anti-racism, diversity, and social inclusion events online and in-person.


Upcoming Events

Our events provide a way for our community to come together in supporting our shared goals and celebrating our successes.

The Centre for Race and Culture works within the community to promote and support individual, collective, and systematic change to address racism and encourage intercultural understanding. Browse upcoming events below.

Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations; Session 3: Understanding and Addressing Anti-Muslim Hate in Canada

November 3rd, 5:00 - 6:00 PM (MST)
Are you concerned about the recent rise of Anti-Muslim hate crimes in the Edmonton area? Scholars have pointed out that these incidents are beyond the scope of Islamophobia, and are motivated by hate in our communities. In this online roundtable discussion, we will explore the unique struggles faced by Muslim women and the dangers of allowing anti-Muslim hate to go unchallenged. Join us for an in-depth discussion with Dr. Farha Shariff and Dr. Munah Saleh on the consequences of anti-Muslim sentiment and how bystanders can safely intervene.

Public Workshop; Building Inclusive Workplaces and Practices

December 16th, 1:00 - 4:00 PM (MST)
This interactive workshop, sponsored by REACH Edmonton, will focus on tools to recognize, articulate, understand, examine, challenge, and change workplace practices with the lens of using curiosity, collaboration, and conversation as a response and reinforcing that learning organizations use these moments (of potential constructive conflict) as learning opportunities. Supervisors and employees will consider their separate but interconnected roles in creating and maintaining inclusive workplaces.

Public Workshop; Understanding and Mitigating Bias

November 9th, 1:00 - 4:00 PM (MST)
Taking an intersectional approach, this workshop, sponsored by REACH Edmonton, will help participants to build their understanding of bias and practice steps that can be taken to limit the impact of unconscious biases on our decisions and behaviours. Participants will enhance their self-awareness of their own biases, build understanding of their social conditioning, identify their biases and assumptions, and learn how strategies to mitigate biases at the personal and organizational levels.

Past Events

The Centre for Race and Culture is grateful to receive funding support from operating and special project grants from many organizations. You can learn more about some of our current and previous funders by clicking on the logos below.


Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations: Intersectionality and Social Inclusion

October 13th, 5:00 - 6:00 PM (MST)
Are you interested in learning how to practice social inclusion through an intersectional lens? Join CFRAC in a roundtable conversation with Sam Singh and Sogand Zakerhaghighi about the importance of intersectionality and social inclusion and how we can use it to address discrimination and to take action in our everyday life.

Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations: One Year On

September 22nd, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (MST)
In the first session of our new, free roundtable series, we will be revisiting some of the topics from last year’s roundtable series and reflecting on what has changed one year later. Join this session to learn about where we are standing as a community when it comes to addressing specific social issues that racialized people face in Canada and how can we translate shared knowledge into action in our communities.

âpahkowâyânaw: Indigenous Education Sessions; #3 Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW)

October 19th, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (MST)
In Canada, Indigenous women and girls experience a level of violence that constitutes a human rights crisis. In this session, we consider the roles and responsibilities of policy makers and non-Indigenous communities in ending this crisis.