Two Events to Honour Black History Month

February 7, 2022

Join the National Congress of Black Women Foundation, New Westminster and District Labour Council, and Vancouver and District Labour Council for two events to honour Black History Month.

Facing Facts and Finding Feelings

Through our presentations and resources, we hope to encourage you to look for the truths, find the facts and face the feelings. We have the opportunity to recognize history and work towards a more diverse and inclusive society.

Part 1 – February 9, 2022 – 7:00PM
Join moderator Alicia Fahrner and speakers Candace Knoll (Racism is a Virus), and Parker Johnson (Anti-Racism, Respect and Inclusion at Work) for an insightful discussion as we honour Black History Month.
REGISTER HERE

Part 2 – February 16, 2022
Join moderator Alicia Fahrner and speakers Parker Johnson (Systemic Racism and Intersectionality) and Candace Knoll (Dismantling and Challenging Racism) for an insightful discussion as we honour Black History Month.
REGISTER HERE

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