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Annual Shoe Memorial – December 6

The Shoe Memorial was created to remember by name all the women who died by violence (not the murderers as is so often named in the media and remembered by the public). The Memorial is non-confrontational and non-blaming. The message is: women are dying and it needs to stop.

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JANUARY 29 – Tupper Secondary

A day of speakers and workshops that highlight the Positive and Social Core Competencies as well as Indigenous Perspectives. Read more for details and registration.

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Indigenous Perspectives – Pro-D Workshop

Friday, December 1, 9AM-12PM at the VSTA Office. This BCTF workshop will explore some of the impacts of colonization on Aboriginal/Indigenous education. Read more for registration details.

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Welcome back from what we hope was a restful and rejuvenating summer.

While the weather in Vancouver has been glorious, North America is witnessing a proliferation of civil intolerance. Read more for a link to BCTF anti-racism resources and ideas on how to broach this topic with students.

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International Day of Pink

APRIL 12, 2017 marks the International Day of Pink – a day communities across the world can unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, tranmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.

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