Anti-racism network launches in B.C. to build safer communities for people

Domain: Culture
Government:Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags:Inclusion, Diversity, Communities

The B.C. government announces the launch of the Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network, with a total investment of $540,000 annually. The network will offer a multi-faceted, provincewide approach that will provide greater focus and leadership in identifying and challenging racism. The program will connect communities with information, supports and training needed to respond to, and prevent future incidents of, racism and hate. 

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