Breaking Silos | Building Communities
The first official faith community convener for anti-racism Initiatives in b.c.
As part of the Resilience B.C. Anti-Racism Network, Foundation for a Path Forward built networks and organized anti-racism events with faith communities across the province.
A pioneering approach to anti-racism
Convening Faith Communities across british columbia
The Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network operates in more than 50 communities across the province. We see a future free from racism and hate. Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network is bringing communities together to do the hard work and make this vision a reality. The Resilience BC Hub, is funded by the Province of BC and managed by the Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Centre Society, provides support and coordination services to the network.
The Resilience BC Community Conveners Pilot Project advances dialogue and supports initiatives that address critical issues in B.C., especially anti-Indigenous, anti-Asian and anti-Black racism, and hate focused on faith communities.
We work within the structure of the Resilience BC Program, enabling them to engage specific communities while also working in coordination with the Ministry and the Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network’s Hub and Spokes.
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(Vancouver – Wednesday, June 20, 2022) The BCMA had the honor of presenting in favor of Motion B2: Commemorating Muslim Holidays at Vancouver City Hall.
World Environment Day 2022: A Multicultural Awareness Event for Best Practises, Preparedness and Planning for Fire & Floods
(June 5, 2022) This event is being organized by a multi-faith and multiracial coalition to raise awareness of the role of climate change in causing more extreme
This World Environment Day join Muslim, Sikh, Jewish, Christian, Indigenous, Black, Buddhist, Asian, and allied community and elected leaders as we build awareness of the
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We would like to thank the following organizations for their financial support and allyship