“Discussing racism: Leading change from multi-faith spaces.”

This one-year project aims to lead anti-racist attitudinal change by engaging religious and non-religious leaders in Victoria and regional and provincial leaders in British Columbia, as pivotal insiders in their communities who are positioned to lead cultural change. However, we know that anti-racist tools that exist may not be available or geared for their needs.

In dialogue with eight Victoria leaders and eight regional and provincial leaders, the Centre for Civic Religious Literacy and the Victoria Multifaith Society will host conversations to: 1) Explore intersectionality and community-specific racism in belief groups and, 2) Co-create a resource for their anti-racist work that would suit their needs.

Victoria Multifaith Society
This is an exploratory project in partnership with the Victoria Multifaith Society. It is funded by the Vancouver Foundation and Multiculturalism BC in the BC Government.


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To learn about our other projects, visit Our Religious Literacy Projects page.