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Understanding Anti-Black Racism and How to Be an Ally (rebroadcast)

Description

Revisit this panel discussion on anti-Black racism, notably how to address it and how to be an ally. Our subject matter experts addressed the historical Black experience in Canada, and talked about current experiences within the federal public service and how you can make a difference.

Learn more about Anti-Racism Event Series.

Opening Remarks

Bill Matthews, Deputy Minister, Public Services and Procurement Canada, and Deputy Receiver General for Canada

Speakers

  • Isaac Saney, Director, Transition Year Program and University Teaching Fellow, Black Studies, Dalhousie University
  • Patricia Harewood, Legal Officer (In-house counsel), Public Service Alliance of Canada
  • Hantz Prosper, Senior Director, Science and Parliamentary Infrastructure Branch, Public Services and Procurement Canada

Moderator

Nathalie Laviades-Jodouin, Director General, Respectful and Inclusive Workplace, Canada School of Public Service

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