For anyone who still believes we do not have systemic racism in Canada, please look at these statistics. If your takeaway is that the people of colour are somehow inferior and that is why they are not succeeding, then you are a racist. If you understand the reasons why so many are left behind is because the barriers they face are simply too insurmountable for far too many, then please have a look at the resources we have gathered so you can take some actions. Resources: PAST: Reflect! Check out this list of resources where you can learn about the history and background information on racism in Canada PRESENT: Be Informed! What is happening today and why? Find out what the current issues are about. FUTURE: Take Action! See the different things you can do to support/promote racial justice and the black community henceforth. One last note on numbers, when … Continue reading →
Winnipeg Free Press. Dec 30, 2019.
Canstar Community News. Nov 26, 2019.
BeCause Radio. The Winnipeg Foundation. Release Date: May 16, 2019. Full piece available here…Continue reading →
Carol Sanders, Winnipeg Free Press. Posted: February 17, 2019 3:00 AM
Advocates concerned about lack of newcomers, youth and Manitobans with disabilities. Read more…
Jason Gaidola, CTV Winnipeg , Published Saturday, January 26, 2019 2:37PM CST
A south Winnipeg school division is ready to accommodate a growing refugee community with support services close to home. Read more…
CBC News · Posted: Jan 26, 2019 12:07 PM CT
Hub will support new Canadians in the city, with focus on Yazidi refugees from northern Iraq and Syria. Read more…
Duncan McCue · CBC Radio · Posted: Jan 13, 2019 4:00 AM ET
Visible minorities form majority in 41 federal ridings, but experts say immigrants are politically diverse. Read more…
Eva Wasney · Canstar Community News · Posted: Dec 31, 2018 9:46 AM CT
WSD board looks to extend voting rights. Read more…
We had well over 200 applications for this critical role at SPCW. We are so excited (and relieved) to have found Oke! Oke completed her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Manitoba, where she learned to appreciate progressive approaches to social justice and development through active involvement in diverse volunteer programs. She is passionate about combatting social justice issues and supporting youth in our community. Oke has received merit awards for her service in the community including NICCOM and the Congress of Black Women of Manitoba (COBW) Award for Outstanding Achievement. Oke is our first point of contact and assists all SPCW staff in their myriad of projects and initiatives. When she’s not handling SPCW duties, you might find her singing in a choir, dancing with her choreography team or in full Warriors gear – watching Golden State basketball! With Oke in place, we will be once again … Continue reading →