BCHA Talk: “Black in British Columbia: Resilience and Erasure”

We are thrilled to invite you to our upcoming event in honour of Black History Month:

  • Black in British Columbia: Resilience and Erasure” 
  • Presented by Kathleen Johnson ( founder of the Facebook group “Critical Black Thought Society” and Alberta Representative for Humanist Canada)
  • February 22, 2022 @7pm on Zoom

Kathleen will be sharing “A look at how Black settlers came to British Columbia, what life was like, how they contributed, and how that history has been all but erased from the culture of British Columbia”.

About Kathleen:

"I am a diversity and inclusion specialist and coach marginalized professionals, entrepreneurs, and artists. I write and speak on various platforms about diversity issues. I founded a group on Facebook called Critical Black Thought Society with almost 400 members, and am the Alberta Representative for Humanist Canada.This past October I represented the Humanist position at the World Religions Conference on Racism. I was born and raised in Calgary, and am a 1st generation Canadian with parents from Grenada, West Indies, who immigrated to Canada in the early 1970's. I have 5 human children and 1 fur baby."

To learn more about Kathleen:

February 22, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8pm Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Will you come?

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