Anti-Racism Groups Host “Race Matters” A Public Forum to Commemorate International Human Rights Day
Anti-Racism groups including Urban Alliance on Race Relations, South Asian Women’s Centre, National Anti-Racism Council of Canada, Labour Community Services, Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter, and Chinese Canadian National Council will host a public forum to commemorate
International Human Rights Day
Date and Time: Thursday, December 9, 2010 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: 215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 120, Toronto, Ontario
This evening event will feature a panel discussion on “Media Responsibility in Promoting Human Rights in an Equitable Society” with the focus of discussion being the Maclean’s “Too Asian”? article published in its November 22, 2010 edition.
The panelists include:
Pat Case – University of Guelph
Cheuk Kwan – W5 Ad-Hoc Committee
Danielle Sandhu – Canadian Federation of Students
Florence Li – CCNCTO
Special Guest: Barbara Hall, Chief Commissioner Ontario Human Rights Commission
Attendees are request to RSVP with Yumei Lin firstname.lastname@example.org 416-703-6607 x 5 or Estella Muyinda email@example.com
Light refreshments, generously sponsored by Labour Community Services, will be served.
For more information, please contact:
Tam Goossen, Urban Alliance on Race Relations, 416-964-3595
Kripa Sekhar, South Asian Women’s Centre, KSekhar@sawc.org
Estella Muyinda, National Anti-Racism Council of Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-979-3909
Sharon Simpson, Labour Community Services, SSimpson@labourcommunityservices.ca
Karen Sun, Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter, email@example.com 416-596-0833×3
Victor Wong, Chinese Canadian National Council, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-977-9871