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Racialized Youth Research Committee

The recent launch of Canada's Black Justice Strategy, with its focus on the diverse history and experiences of Black communities, highlights the pressing need to address educational disparities in our curriculum. It's crucial to raise awareness and exchange experiences to drive the changes we aspire to see in Canadian education. We are grateful to have the support of the Michaëlle Jean Foundation, Sisters in Sync,  Black at Western Alumni (BAWA), community leaders, and other like-minded partners as we embark on this significant journey.

Thus, with excitement, we introduce the brand-new Racialized Youth Research Committee by DCE! Our team is dedicated to tackling the unique challenges faced by ethnic-minority youth through groundbreaking research We can't wait to share our findings with you.  For more information, please take a look at our gallery below.

Funded by the Michaëlle Jean Foundation

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