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  • This meeting is open to all self-identified Racially Visible PSAC members in BC. If you would like to attend and have not yet self-ID'd, please use the form here.

  • The tour will explore various historic sites, buildings, streets and businesses once owned by people of African Descent and the consequences of urban renewal in 1958-72 to our community. Walking sounds, memories and stories told by experienced urban historians during the tour!

     

    For more information: Facebook Link

    Date: Sunday, February 24, 2019

    Time: 10:00am- 11:30am

    Location: 897 Keefer Street (Vancouver)

  • This year marks the 100th anniversary of a church which was central to the african community in Vancouver for decades. That history will be marked by the Grand Re-opening and Celebration of African Fountain Chapel Vancouver (AME) February 24.

    For more information: Facebook Link

    Date: Sunday, February 24, 2019

    Time: 11:00am- 4:30pm

    Location: 897 Keefer Street (Vancouver)

  • Mainland Human Rights Committee Annual General Meeting

    Agenda

    1. Opening – Indigenous territory acknowledgment
    2. Previous AGM minutes
    3. Select delegate to Vancouver and District Area Council.
    4. Financial statement 2018
    5. Proposed budget 2019
    6. 2019 meeting dates
    7. 2019 event planning
    8. Elections (Chair or co-chairs, secretary, treasurer)

    Meeting starts at 6PM, dinner at 5:30PM.

  • In partnership with the Kwantlen Student Association for ecoDAYS, KDocs is pleased to be co-hosting a special screening of Andrew Morgan's The True Cost, a documentary about the fashion industry and sustainability. A student-led event, it will include a keynote address and a panel discussion/Q&A session.

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