In this interactive workshop you will learn about:
- Definition of racism and how it plays out on an everyday basis at our institutions, and what we can do about it
- Discussion of microaggressions and practical strategies we can use as witnesses based on the Active Witnessing framework
- In conjunction with the annual Speak Up Speak Out Mental Wellness Campaign, recognition of the impacts of racism on mental health and resources for help in our community
ASL interpretation will be provided. Please let us know if you have any additional needs to participate. This session is open to all members of the BCIT student, staff, faculty, and internal partner (e.g. student association, alumni association) community.
To learn more about this great workshop, please visit: Diversity Circles Anti-Racism & Active Witnessing Workshop