Thunder Bay Collective Initiative on Anti-Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion

As part of the Thunder Bay Public Library’s (TBPL) ongoing commitment to support a diverse and inclusive environment in Thunder Bay, we are pleased to announce that we will be holding community consultation / art sessions as part of the Thunder Bay Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiative (CSMARI).

CSMARI aims to ensure that our community continues to be a welcoming and inclusive space for everyone. The sessions will gather valuable insights from each participant on their perspectives and experiences in attending the Library and other community organizations. Participants in the sessions will share information regarding issues faced by Indigenous and racialized individuals, in an accessible art format, led by Jean Marshall and Leanna Marshall.

Registration is required for each session. Each session is limited to thirty participants. Participants must be Indigenous or a member of a racialized minority.

Registration is required for each event. Food and an honorarium will be provided for each event!

Register for each session, individually.  Each month, please register for only one session as the material covered each month will be the same.

Online registration for the remaining sessions is linked below. For assistance in registering, as we want this to be as barrier free as possible, please contact Robyn Medicine via email or phone - / 807-684-6812

We acknowledge that the City of Thunder Bay has been built on the traditional territory of Fort William First Nation, signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people.

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