Hua Foundation is a youth empowerment non-profit working on racial equity and civic engagement issues on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territory known as Vancouver, Canada.
Challenging Racist “British Columbia”: 150 Years and Counting
This multi-media resource documents how the recent cycle of anti-racist activism is part of a broader history of Indigenous, Black and other racialized communities challenging white supremacy for over 150 years.
BC’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner examines what stands between us and an anti-racist province.
CBC Unmasking Racism
Unmasking Racism is a virtual town-hall segment on systemic racism that explores solutions to build safer, more inclusive communities.
Stratagem, Equity and Inclusion
By Cicely Blain Consulting, this 60-page printed workbook is an immersive, deep-dive resource about equity, inclusion and social justice.
By Ta7talíya Michelle Nahanee, this is a liberating guide and workbook for peeling back the layers of neocolonialism. It features 16 pages of process, prompts and links to resources to support your decolonizing journey.
I Dream Library
This website offers educational tools promoting 2SLGBTQQIA+ IBPOC representation in classrooms and libraries. It features readings lists for kids in pre-kindergarten and Grades 8+, including social justice and sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) booklists.
The Skin We're In
Puncturing the bubble of Canadian smugness and naive assumptions of a post-racial nation, Desmond Cole chronicles one year — 2017 — in the struggle against racism in this country. It is a vital text for anti-racist and social justice movements in Canada.
Hogan’s Alley Society
This organization provides a collection of anti-racism resources specific to the Canadian context. The site also provides a way to get involved in their Metro Vancouver Regional District Black Experience Project, which maps out the experiences, contributions, and challenges of people of African descent in the city.
Call It Out
This 30-minute interactive e-course by the Ontario Human Rights Commission allows you to learn about the history and impact of racism in Canada. It helps you unpack terms like “race,” “racial discrimination,” and “white privilege,” and guides you as to how you can prevent and address racism and hate.