Cultural Competency Virtual Fair, September 2020
September 20: Watch our latest workshop
A History of Treaty-Making in Canada
The treaties the Crown has signed with Indigenous peoples since the 18th century have permitted the evolution of Canada as we know it. These diplomatic proceedings were the first steps in a long process that has led to today's comprehensive claims agreements between the Crown and Indigenous groups. Learn more at the workshop. Guest lecturer: Garret Smith is a graduate of the Centre for Indigenous Theatre. He is also the founder of Mohkinstsis, a healing camp in downtown Calgary, where he created opportunities for Indigenous youth to reconnect to their culture.Posted by Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation on Sunday, September 20, 2020
Are you a teacher in Canada?
Have you seen our documentary on racism in Calgary?
Learn about other recent projects:
- Finding Common Ground - Our five-part podcast explores the narratives of hate and counter-hate in Alberta.
- Long Way To Go - Research study with 150 Alberta K-12 teachers and admin staff on multiculturalism and racism within classrooms.
- Race Issues - Comic meme series about racialized youth and their experiences with microaggressions in Canada.
- Language Decoded - An inclusive language guide and app meant to make individuals think before they speak.
- WOC: A Sisterhood - Experimental multimedia art project about unapologetic women of colour.
- Quantifying Race Relations - Three-year quantitative research project tracking incidences of racisms and racialization in Canada.
- YYC Colours - A documentary about racism in Calgary.