Youth Against Racism & Classism is a free youth-led conference to educate youth about the impact of racism and classism in our community and to provide them with the tools they’ll need to help make a difference.
This conference aims to give youth the opportunity, knowledge, and confidence to effect change. Bringing 50 youth from all over the Lower Mainland together on March 22 and 23 at the central Vancouver Public Library, the conference will be a safe space where youth can ask questions, bring their own ideas forward, and learn how classism and racism is affecting their communities. The conference will involve interactive activities and discussions, and will be a great opportunity for YOU(TH) to make connections with other like-minded youth and gain more social awareness. At the end of the conference, participants will be asked to plan their own initiatives to help tackle issues regarding racism and classism in their communities.
For more information and to register, click here.