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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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YYC Colours: A documentary addressing Racism in Calgary

Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation

YYC Colours: A documentary addressing Racism in Calgary

Quantifying Racism in Canada Through Media-Reported Incidents

Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation

Quantifying Racism in Canada through media-reported incidents, 5 year trend

Anti-Black Racism Resources

Action Dignity

Action Dignity has put together a nice list of resources to learn more about Anti-Black Racism and have some resources to support your work in the community.

Black History Month 2023

Healthy Aging Alberta

Black History Month Alberta - 2023 Features, Events and Learning

Black History Month 2023

National Black Coalition of Canada Society - Edmonton Chapter

Welcome to Black History Month 2023.Celebrating and learning about Black History Month and Black Culture matters now more than ever.This commemorative month remains a necessity because elements of racism and systemic barriers continue to outline the lived experiences of black people in Canada.

Decolonizing Healthcare Education and Practice

Sonia Sarkar, Nonprofit Quarterly

In their new book, Inflamed, doctors Rupa Marya and Raj Patel explore how colonialism makes us sick while also shaping our core beliefs about how healthcare providers should make us better. For example, Lakota elders in the book describe the forces that led to widespread prevalence of diabetes in

What Is Healing Justice?

Nineequa Blanding, Nonprofit Quarterly

In public health, we often talk about “closing the gap in health inequities” in order to create conditions for optimal health for all. These discussions reflect a growing consensus that health is a human right, which sets the stage for a shared vision of health justice. They also mirror ongoing

How Black People United is Expanding Networks of Care Throughout Mohkínstsis

Afros in the City

Black People United (BPU) is a grassroots, mutual aid movement rooted here in Calgary, with the goal of expanding “networks of care” within Black communities – as organizer Prudence Iticka would describe it. While BPU is here for all of those in need (more about that in a bit), a good portion

Racial Justice: Best of 2022, Editors’ Selections

Kitana Ananda, Nonprofit Quarterly

At the end of 2022, Nonprofit Quarterly shared some of their favourite content from the desk this year.READ MORE HERE


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