Racism is a form of discrimination stemming from the belief that a specific racial group is either superior or inferior to others, or that an individual’s moral and social traits are predetermined by race. For many years, people have struggled against racism. It’s not only in the black community but in many parts of the world. Campbell River shares in this fight, as it celebrates the Walk Away from Racism 2016. This family-friendly free event is replete with fun and worthwhile activities—interactive cultural booths, inspiring talks, informative seminars,children’s activities, and many more. Author of “Written As I Remember It” Elsie Paul is the keynote speaker of this event.
Event Name: Walk Away From Racism 2016
Date: Saturday, March 19th, 2016
Time: 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: Campbell River Community Centre 401-11th Avenue, Campbell River
Contact: Lori Koyanagi