Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Each month we gather for respectful, open, honest, healthy and sometimes uncomfortable conversations about racism, addressing discriminatory practices, policies, beliefs and attitudes within ourselves, the Durham Region community and surrounding communities.
Our June topic is Having hard conversations about Anti-Black and Indigenous Racism in Traditional rural communities.
The lines of inequality can sometimes be very visible as we cross over from urban to rural spaces. Rural communities across Canada continue to experience services and funding scarcities. This month’s sessions aim to highlight some of the ways that we in larger bordering cities can aid our surrounding communities.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free but registration is required.