In this second episode of the racesEDJ podcast mini-series by Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change (COP-COC), we discuss local racial justice issues and priorities for Indigenous communities and Peoples of Colour in Ottawa. RJ Jones - Curriculum Developer, Planned Parenthood Ottawa (PPO) Sinda Garziz - Program Facilitator, Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO) michael kerr … Continue reading racesEDJ Podcast Mini-Series: E02 – Fighting for Racial Justice in Ottawa
In this first episode of racesEDJ - a podcast mini-series by Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change (COP-COC) - guests introduce COP-COC, discuss systemic racism in Canada, and breakdown why Canada needs a National Anti-Racism Strategy. Featuring: Samya Hasan - Executive Director, Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) Avvy Go - Clinic Director, Chinese & … Continue reading racesEDJ Podcast Mini-Series: E01 – A National Anti-Racism Strategy for Canada?
Colour of Poverty Colour of Change releases the 2019 Racial Justice Report Card which reviews the platform of four political parties (Conservative, Green, Liberal and NDP) on some of the critical realities and concerns of Indigenous communities and People of Colour communities. Read the Report Card: https://colourofpoverty.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/racial-justice-report-card-federal-election-2019-final-web-upload.pdf For more information please read: https://colourofpoverty.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/press-release-political-leadership-needed-to-address-racial-inequities.pdf
A Call to End Genocide: Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change Statement on the Calls For Justice by the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls 18 June 2019 / Toronto - Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change (COP-COC) denounces violence against Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA people, and also … Continue reading A Call to End Genocide: COP-COC Statement
The Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change (COP-COC) strongly denounces the Ontario Government’s decision to cut legal aid funding by $133 million, representing over 30% of the provincial contribution to the Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) budget. Click here for COP-COC's full press release.