Diversity Thunder Bay in partnership with
the City of Thunder Bay & the City’s Anti-Racism & Respect
Advisory Committee presents

The United Nations International Day for the
Elimination of Racial Discrimination

12th Annual Celebration Breakfast
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 | 7:30 - 9:00 am Victoria Inn

Access & Equity: Human Rights in Practice
Guest Speaker: Toni Morgan
Toni Morgan
Racism, racial tensions and institutional injustice are not new, but our collective readiness to address and combat these problems is. What can history and current events in Canada, and abroad, teach us about dismantling systems of oppression in the 21st century?

Toni Morgan, an award-winning advocate, educator, and one of Toronto Star’s “Top 10 Story of the Year” (2015) will discuss just that, on March 21, 2018. She will bring both her experience as a homeless high school dropout and a Harvard graduate to reveal the pervasive ways that some of our most respected institutions are built upon a dangerous and false idea of “otherness”.

From issues of white privilege to generational poverty, Toni takes audiences on a journey that points to the various ways individuals and institutions can tackle the seemingly rigid structures of systemic and individual racism in Canada, and what that means for allies, organizers and decision makers in Thunder Bay.
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