INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION – PRESENTATION AT EDMONTON CITY HALL
On the International Day to Eliminate Racial Discrimination the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action invited JHC to share its experiences with research and programming addressing racial discrimination in Edmonton. Angelica Quesada, JHC staff member, Louise P. and Roxanne U. attended this celebration and shared their experiences in building Righting Relations
BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDIGENOUS, IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITIES
In this episode of Righting Relations Radio, we are in conversation with Alfredo Barahona from Kairos, exploring relationship-building between Indigenous, Immigrant and Refugee communities which both Kairos and Righting Relations are facilitating across Turtle Island, and the importance of knowing who you are.
RIGHTING RELATIONS DOC NIGHT MAY 7TH, TALES OF SAND AND SNOW
Join us at Righting Relations Doc Night for a screening of “Tales of Sand and Snow” by Hyacinthe Combary. In a quest to rediscover the spiritual values of his own people, an African filmmaker from the Gourmantche tribe of Burkina Faso visits an Indigenous community, the Atikamekw of northern Quebec. The resulting documentary is a dialogue between those who divine the future in the sand with those who use snow-encased sweat lodges to reconnect with the spiritual world.
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Ishbel Munro has been an activist and community builder for over 40 years. Much of her work has been building bridges between peoples. She developed projects like On Common Ground which brought together the African Nova Scotian, Mi’Kmaq, Acadian and fishing communities to learn about each other’s culture and histories.