Indigenous Allyship and Anti-Racism Training

Workshop | 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Workshop Synopsis

Being an ally is not a static identity, it is not a badge of honor, it is a sign of privilege.

Allyship is also not declared but based on the context in which you ACT. This course unpacks the similarities and differences for being an ally to Indigenous peoples in relationship to other ally contexts.

Main learning ideas:

  • Define allyship, solidarity, and anti-racism
  • Explore examples of allyship in the Indigenous context
  • Identify strategies for talking about racism and cultural safety with teams
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