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Anti-racism and the LIP Structures Series: Let’s talk about immigrant lived experience in LIP MarchMar 06 2024 12:00pm - 12:00pm America/Toronto

Anti-racism work is critical, intricate and a continuous journey. How do you keep critical and keep momentum in action? How do you take existing systemic structures and apply a critical lens that also move it into specific actions?
Join the NLS Anti-Racism Working Group for a messy dialogue on Anti-racism praxis. Explore strategies to embed an anti-racism foundation in your LIP structure and activities. Let’s collectively think about the nuanced approaches to crafting activities that catalyze both immediate and enduring change, all while critically examining prevailing systems and status quo!
In this session Dejana Knih, from CLIP will share the existing structure and function of the CLIP immigrant advisory table, its challenges, and how together with the group, a community partner, and as part of the next five years she is structuring short, medium, and long-term changing.

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