For Educators: K-12 Multiculturalism Resource Hub This is a project we are currently developing as a resource for k-12 teachers to use to create an understanding of the diversity of cultures, races, religions in Canada, and tackle racism and bullying within the classroom environment. The pilot project begins in Alberta and will follow the education curriculum. Future goal is to create it for all provinces and territories.
Research Case Study: Alberta K-12 Schools We are currently completing a research case study with 100 Albertan teachers on racism within schools and how it can be improved.
For Workplaces: Workplace Multicultural Toolkit Multicultural toolkit to help workplaces create an inclusive environment.
Race Issues Comic art/meme project about 40 race-related experiences.
Multicultural Culinary This project being worked on by our intern explores the world of culinary art and teaches the audience about world food and how to create them while learning about the cultures.
Racially Conscious Shopping Guide This guide is meant to help everyday people navigate the world of shopping while being racially aware of things to avoid and also be conscious about. This guide is also meant to help retail stores become more racially conscious when designing their product.
Anti-Racism Arts Festival Annual festival that inspires Canadians to end racism through art forms. This festival travels throughout Canada. Want the festival to come to your city next? Contact us to let us know!
Mosaic Radio Through a partnership with CJSW 90.9 FM Radio Station, we are proud to present our own radio show.
Spoken Diaries A project which includes short spoken word videos about race and identity. The purpose is to educate Canadians in understanding race relations across the nations through the art form of poetry.
Various collaborations, workshops and events throughout the year.
Language DeCoded We are currently in the process of developing an inclusive language glossary and web app to help identify the use of certain expressions or words that might exclude, discriminate, or hurt particular groups of people. And also provide alternatives. We worked with several diverse organizations across Canada to bring this project to life.
WOC: A Sisterhood An avant garde multimedia art exhibit about the complicated relationship between feminine beauty, identity, and race.
Disposable Red Woman A guerrilla art display and social experiment questioning our lack of responsibility and urgency about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Trans & Two-Spirits in Canada.