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Moms Against Racism Canada Present on Disability and Race: Intersectionality, Inclusion and Impact at #AdvoCon2021

    Symbia Barnaby is a Healthcare Advocacy Team Co-Lead and Karissa Crawley is an Education Advocacy Co-Lead at Moms Against Racism Canada. They will talk about intersectionality, inclusion and impact. We hope you will be able to make it to see them speak at AdvoCon2021, our 7th annual education advocacy conference held September 22nd to 26th online!

    Tickets on Eventbrite now – Facebook group members receive a good discounted rate and the first 100 purchased receive a care package delivered to their house!


    Moms Against Racism Canada was created in 2020 as a safe, brave space for Moms, and those in mothering roles, to root out racist biases and learn how to raise anti-racist children.

    We are inclusive to all “mother individuals” whether by birthing, biological, adoption, foster, surrogate, non-binary, two-spirited, LGBTQI+, godmothers, grandmothers, aunts, primary caregivers, educators, and all others who feel the term “mothering” describes their roles.

    With compassion and bravery, we are committed to identifying and dismantling racism as we encounter it.

    Presentation: Disability and Race: Intersectionality, Inclusion and Impact

    You’ll learn:

    1. Definitions (discrimination, racism, intersectionality etc)
    2. .Big concepts (systemic racism, equity Vs equality Vs justice)
    3. History of Residential Schools and The Community Living Movement
    4. Cultural views of disability
    5. Barriers to accessing educational experiences
    6. Best practices for parents/educators/inclusion support teachers to creating equitable and safe access to school

    Connect with Moms Against Racism Canada on social media:

    Facebook @MAR1Canada

    Twitter @Mar_Canada_

    Instagram @MomsAgainstRacism

    And learn more about their important work here:


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