anti-racism News Archive
April 13, 2022 —
As a result of anti-Black racism, non-Black people remain ignorant about how Black people experience discrimination and how it acts as a barrier that suppresses the civic, political and economic success of Black communities in a dominant white society.
March 22, 2022 —
Asper student Shyanti Saha Arpa discusses her role on UM's Anti-Racism Task Force
March 21, 2022 —
A day for us to reflect on progress that has been made in combatting racial discrimination, acknowledge the work that still needs to be done and re-commit our efforts moving forward
March 11, 2022 —
'We continue to make strides in our commitment to foster a safe, equitable and supportive learning environment for all students, regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or physical ability'
March 8, 2022 —
International Women’s Day, March 8, is an occasion for celebrating the advancements women have made toward gender equality. Women leaders in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences say it’s also a day for recognizing the inequities that remain, particularly for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and other people of colour) women and girls.
March 3, 2022 —
Since the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences passed Canada’s first post-secondary institutional anti-racism policy in August 2020, receiving local and national attention, the focus has shifted to educating key stakeholders about the policy and implementing it across the Rady Faculty’s five colleges
March 2, 2022 —
Includes diverse members from across the University who have been active in advancing racial justice and decolonization throughout the University through their leadership, experience, subject matter expertise, and community involvement
March 1, 2022 —
In this new role, Dr. Anderson is excited to explore how the Rady Faculty can accelerate and expand anti-racism and equity-focused work by firmly grounding in social justice principles, including human rights, participation, access and equity
February 17, 2022 —
Most of us have heard the term “anti-racist”—in the media, in social settings, on our Instagram feeds—but what does this term really mean?