In this issue: Canada: A Living History; Anti-Racism Workshop Series in YYC; Research Participants Callout; Summer Job Opportunities & more!
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Canada: A Living History

A live installation exploring Canada's race relations stories

When: May 18, 2017; 6:00-8:00PM
Where: Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre

This year, as we commemorate Canada's 150th year since confederation, we have been reflecting on what this all means alongside community members. Through this event, we will be able to share in the reflections of local high school students from Lillian Osborne High School who have been building this installation since October of this school year. All of the highlighted events were selected by the students based on what they want the public to know and learn from. 

The event is FREE and open to the public. It is also wheelchair accessible. 

To view the Facebook event, click here.

Questions? Comments? Please e-mail us.


Event Details
Mapping Gaps and Barriers in Post-Incident Journeys
Call for Research Participants

Have you been harassed or discriminated against because of your race, culture or religion?
Consider participating in a study about the accessibility of services and supports after such incidents. The goal of the study is to understand individual experiences of seeking services after experiencing an incident of discrimination or harassment.

Who can participate?
Participants in the research will:
• Have experienced an incident of discrimination or harassment within Alberta, related to their racial, cultural or religious identity 
• Be at least 18 years old
• Speak English, or be able to bring someone who can assist with translation

What’s involved?
The study involves a one hour interview. No personally identifiable information will be collected.

What are the benefits of participating?
Participation will help identify gaps in services, and improve the capacity of service providers to respond to these incidents in the future.

Interested in participating or want to find out more? Please contact us

Summer Student Positions 

Passionate about social justice and anti-racism? Apply Now

This summer, CFRAC has 2 summer student positions available for full time employment. Join our dynamic team and contribute to building critically-aware resources that conribute towards our vision of an inclusive society free of racism. 

Project Assistant - Temporary Full Time
Communications Assistant - Temporary Full Time

For more information and to aplpy, please check out our Careers page on our website. 

ASSIST Community Services Centre Summer Camp 2017

Check out the following summer camps available for 11-15 year olds. Promotional material avilable here in Arabic, English, Chinese, and Korean.

To register please contact Adoria Kwan at (780) 429-3119 ext. 115.

Anti-Racism Course in Calgary 

Join us for a three-part series exploring the roots of racism and gain a better understanding of the impacts of racism on an individual, institutional, and societal level and develop tools for dealing with racism in communities and in the workplace. Workshops will take place on June 8, 9 & 23, 2017.
For more information, or to register, visit our website.
Register Now

Canadian Council for Refugees Spring Consultation

Nurturing Diversity and Inclusion: Reflecting on the past to inspire the future

When: June 1-3, 2017

Join us to explore questions affecting refugee protection and newcomer settlement at the CCR Spring Consultation on the theme of Nurturing Diversity and Inclusion: Reflecting on the past to inspire the future. All are welcome to participate!

With views from all Canadian provinces and with participants in fields as diverse as mental health services and the law, this conference offers opportunities for professional development, networking and strategy.

Workshop topics include: Islamophobia and xenophobia; Canada-US Safe Third Country Agreement; Sanctuary cities; Environmental displacement, Services to refugee claimants, and many more.

Register by 12 May 2017 to take advantage of reduced fees.

Information about the Consultation and online registration are available at:

What's Your Story? 

To mark Canada's 150th year since confederation, the CBC has launched a national storytelling project called What's Your Story. It aims to share personal stories about what defines Canada for those living on this land.And they want it all, the good, the bad, adn the ugly. What stories are important to share with Canadians and the world? What stories don't get told? How can we do those stories justice?
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