Upcoming, on Monday, December 2 from 6-8pm is an online workshop “How to Talk to Children about Race/Racism”, offered by the Whistler Multicultural Society and Resilience BC Whistler.
The workshop is facilitated by Angela Ma Brown who is an Education Consultant in the areas of Anti-racism and Anti-oppression education, Diversity-awareness and Social Justice in Metro Vancouver school communities and community-based organizations across BC.
Sign up at: https://bit.ly/3GpcjiE
Workshops will engage participants in courageous conversations, experiential learning and empathy-building activities…
About this event
It’s hard to discuss racism. It’s awkward. It stirs up a lot of strong emotions. But it’s worth it, as we work toward a more equitable society.
This is the second of a two-part FREE online workshop, offered by Resilience BC Whistler. Workshops will engage participants in courageous conversations, experiential learning and empathy-building activities to unpack and respond to the harmful impacts of prejudice, discrimination, racism and oppression.
Session two: How to talk to children
- About race/racism
- How children learn race and racism
- 4 Goals of Anti-bias Education for Children
- How to engage in Courageous Conversations with children using engaging resources
- Commonly asked questions
Discover more of Angela’s work on Instagram @hands_consulting