Anti-Racism Toolkit

Anti-Racism Toolkit

In Pacific Northwest Indigenous culture, the lesson of the hummingbird legend is that each person has gifts to give. Other meanings are health, joy, and harmonious relationship.

Interested in learning about Anti-Racism? Or, starting a study group among friends, students or at work? If so, check out our Learning Anti-Racism Toolkit and Facilitator’s Guidelines.

This Toolkit was created in collaboration with the Victoria Multifaith Society, 15 advisors, and 22 reviewers across British Columbia.

We welcome everyone interested in this important issue to explore the Toolkit and consider sharing some or all of the 8 sessions with a group. It’s yours to use!

The Toolkit encourages insight, empathy, and listening. It emphasizes respect and the need to be kind and compassionate as we learn with and from each other.


The Anti-Racism Toolkit includes:

  • 8 sessions on anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and anti-Asian racism
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Links to online resources
  • Facilitator’s Guidelines and a glossary


Downloadable items:

Anti-Racism Toolkit Brochure Slides: An informational slide deck on the Toolkit including its contents, purpose and use is available here. (10 slides)

The Facilitator’s Guidelines provides support on how to frame and guide the sessions.

The Participant’s Toolkit includes 8 sessions and a glossary about racism.


Sample workshop

Would you like to see a sample workshop? If so, here is a recording of our train-the-trainer session for Session #1 from March 29, 2022.

This project was funded by the Vancouver Foundation and the BC Multiculturalism Branch. We thank them for their encouragement and support.