Category: Anti-Racism Resources

First Nations Colouring Book

Treaty One Territory, Manitoba – In partnership with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC), the Canadian Red Cross produced the First Nations Health and Wellness Colouring Book as part of a continuing conversation with First Nations to support health and wellness. The colouring book is a collection of art produced by Manitoba First Nations artists invited to create pieces from a First Nation’s perspective.

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Five Good Ideas for Racial Justice Change-Making – Webinar

This Five Good Ideas session was organized in partnership with Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change. Five Good Ideas for racial justice change-making How do we best address growing colour-coded inequality – for Indigenous peoples and peoples of colour, including Black Canadians? What are the institutional, structural, and systemic impacts of racism, faithism, and…

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List of Anti-Black Racism Resources

Nina Condo (Executive Director at Elmwood Community Resource Centre) was kind enough to share a list of resources that she has compiled for those interested in learning more about anti-black racism and tools to combat it. From there, MANSO has added some additional resources through suggestions from other community groups/ organizations that want to enrich…

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MANSO Anti-Racism Framework 2022

The MANSO Anti-Racism Framework was created in response to a unanimously supported 2021 MANSO policy resolution that became the MANSO Anti-Racism Policy for the Settlement Sector. The Policy outlines the need and opportunity for Service Provider Organizations (SPOs) to address systemic racism. The creation of the Framework was a collaborative effort. The Policy called for…

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Report: Friendly Manitoba – Community Experiences with Islamophobia

This report presents the results of a pilot project to examine the experiences of Muslims in Manitoba with Islamophobia. Data was collected through an online survey and through interviews with 9 Muslim community leaders. The findings reveal that Islamophobia in Manitoba is experienced in a variety of forms and contexts, ranging from workplace discrimination to…

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Report: Safer Schools Without Policing Indigenous and Black Lives In Winnipeg

  Researcher Fadi Ennab partnered with Police-Free Schools Winnipeg, a grassroots advocacy group of parents, students, and teachers organizing for equitable schools without police involvement, to conduct this research. The goal of the project was to examine the experiences of Indigenous and Black families related to safety and policing in Winnipeg schools. The report is…

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Surrey First Peoples Guide for Newcomers

The Surrey First Peoples Guide for Newcomers is a response to the call for accurate resources on First Peoples in Canada from an Indigenous perspective.  It amplifies voices of the land-based Nations that Surrey occupies and builds solidarity between Indigenous and newcomer communities. This resource provides information on the traditional protocols, histories, and current realities of Indigenous, Metis,…

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Unconcious Bias Education Resources

  MANSO has compiled these resources through suggestions from other community groups/ organizations that want to enrich this resource list. If you have any suggestions for edits or comments, please feel free to let us know at info@mansomanitoba.ca. Thank you!   Toolkits Toolkit by the Canadian Bar Association: https://www.cba.org/Sections/Women-Lawyers/Resources/Resources/2020/Unconscious-Bias-Resources Toolkit by the University of Victoria:…

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Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce: Commitment to Opportunity, Diversity and Equity (CODE) Resource Hub

Commitment to Opportunity, Diversity and Equity (CODE) is a Chamber community movement guided by a diverse group of local community leaders and organizations that are dedicated to creating more inclusive workplaces. CODE provides access to credible online resources and tools, useful information on inclusion in the workplace, hiring practices, education, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), and…

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