Redefining the Black Experience in Montreal: One Institution at a Time

Author/contributor
Title
Redefining the Black Experience in Montreal: One Institution at a Time
Abstract
Project Woke interns identified and investigated three critical themes affecting the Black community in Montreal. An analysis of societal issues and Canada’s Anti-Racism Strategy Project revealed harmful anti-human rights gaps affecting the Black Community. The findings from several consultations further validated these gaps. A comprehensive list of recommendations is included along with next steps as a continuation to advance Black human rights in Montreal, and elsewhere, along with the support of government and non-government actors.
Institution
Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)
Date
April, 2020
Pages
52
Language
en
Short Title
Project Woke Policy Report
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Citation
The Project Woke Interns. Redefining the Black Experience in Montreal: One Institution at a Time. Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC), April 2020.
Geographical area
Type
Contributing CKOL partner

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Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)

Founded:
1995

Constituents:
English-speaking Black population of Montreal

Website:
https://bcrcmontreal.com

Activities:
Developing historical and cultural programming; community networking; youth employment support

Former Name:
none