Webinar Series - Part Two: Working Together Against Anti-Black Racism in Ontario’s Youth Sector

This video was produced by YouthREX.


How can Ontario’s youth sector work against anti-Black racism to create a more equitable Ontario, eliminating systemic, race-based disparities for Black children and youth?

This is the second of a two-part webinar series facilitated by Rania El Mugammar to explore how the youth sector can work together against the pervasive anti-Black racism that Black youth experience across multiple systems in Ontario. The webinar featured an interactive and insightful conversation with our guests, drawing from their rich research, practice, and lived experiences to deepen our understanding of how diverse Black youth are impacted by anti-Black racism, and to explore strategies for creating a more equitable Ontario.

This webinar series provides an opportunity for the youth sector to share knowledge and experiences to support Black youth.

Our Special Guest Panelists for Part Two:

  • Julet Allen, Program Director, Delta Family Resource Centre
  • Travonne Edwards, Youth Program Design & Development Associate, YouthREX
  • Kofi Hope, Executive Director, CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals

Watch Part One, or learn more about this webinar series, our facilitator, and our guest panelists on the YouthREX website.

Click here to download the slides.

Click here to download the report Doing Right Together For Black Youth: What We Learned From The Community Engagement Sessions For The Ontario Black Youth Action Plan, and access additional related resources below.

Click here to download Rania El Mugammar's Anatomy of an Apology

YouthREX. (2018, Feb 14). Webinar Series - Part Two: Working Together Against Anti-Black Racism in Ontario’s Youth Sector (Webinar Recording) on Vimeo [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/255801225

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