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We are hiring for a Lead Facilitator, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion!

  • July 5, 2019

The Centre for Race and Culture (CFRAC) works to promote and support individual, collective, and systemic change to address racism and encourage intercultural understanding. Our expertise spans workplace development, community building, research, and education. You’ll be doing work that matters alongside our diverse staff, board, and membership, and work towards an inclusive society free of racism. As […]

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Unheard Youth Voices podcast is available on Spotify!

  • May 6, 2019

Unheard Youth Voices podcast is officially available on @Spotify! We’re very excited to announce that you can listen to us on a whole new platform! The easiest way to find us is to search “Centre for Race and Culture” on Spotify, seeing as this listed as our title. Unheard Youth is a podcast project that highlights […]

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Call for new Board members

  • November 15, 2018

Are you passionate about addressing racism in our communities and creating meaningful change while supporting intercultural understanding? Join us! We are seeking individuals who have interests in addressing pressing social issues, and want to bring their energy, compassion, and a variety of experiences (particularly in finance / accounting, policy review, events planning, community relationship building and […]

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Submission to Government of Alberta consultations

  • September 15, 2017

In the summer of 2017, Premier Rachel Notley requested that Minister David Eggen consult with Albertans to learn about how the Government can take steps to fight racism and discrimination, and build an inclusive province. The Centre for Race and Culture was one of over 50 community organizations included in these consultations, and to assist […]

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Dealing with hateful speech online

There’s new evidence that the online use of racist, sexist, Islamophobic, and other intolerant language by Canadians has increased dramatically in the past year. But there are strategies for engaging with hateful online speech besides just deleting friends and turning away from difficult conversations. Read more about what you can do.

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