Watch the recording of the anti-racism webinar from June 11th:

Check out the slide deck for the webinar

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In the midst of COVID-19 and the climate crisis, communities across North America are rising up in solidarity with Black Lives Matter to confront racist police violence and white supremacy. In the last few weeks alone in Canada, police have claimed the lives of Black and Indigenous people including Chantel Moore, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, Eishia Hudson, Jason Collins, Kevin Andrews, and D’Andre Campbell.

We must grapple with Canada’s long history of state-sanctioned violence and entrenched white supremacy that over-polices, criminalizes, and systematically murders Black and Indigenous people.

That’s why, on June 11th, a few of the organizations that have endorsed the Principles of a Just Recovery are hosting a mass training on Thursday June 11th at 4 PM PT/7 PM ET on how the movement for a Just Recovery can show up for Black and Indigenous Lives.

You can sign up here to attend. 

At its core, a Just Recovery to build back better after the pandemic means reorienting our society to tackle the climate crisis, rising inequality, and systemic racism. This means taking action against systemic racism that disproportionately exposes Black, Indigenous, and racialized communities to COVID-19, the climate crisis, and state violence.

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