The Anti-racism Framework is a collaboration of various people from across the BCIT community who committed to moving BCIT forward. This Framework aims to address racism against Indigenous people, Black and African Diaspora communities, and all other racialized groups as well as intolerance based on the intersecting identities of ethnicity, country of origin, religion gender, sexual orientation, ability, and neurodiversity.
We recognize libraries serve a vast range of individuals with unique experiences and characteristics. We encourage an inclusive environment that promotes freedom of speech in conjunction with strong policies that protect patrons and library staff of all gender, national origin, ethnicity, religion, race, sexual orientation, disability, income level, age and all other personal, social, cultural and economic perspectives.
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21
Please join Diversity Circles, part of the BCIT Respect, Diversity, and Inclusion office, for a panel discussion moderated by BCIT’s own Orrett Morgan, where special guests Ndidi Cascade, Tariq Tyab, and Khari Wendell McClelland will share their thoughts, opinions, and experiences on this important topic.