Welcome to Calgary Anti-Racism Education (CARED) — a space for learners and facilitators. Through this web-based resource, we hope to help you develop an accurate, critical vocabulary for recognizing, naming, and challenging racism.
Proceed to The Basics: Level 1 where you will learn about foundational concepts such as anti-racism, race, racialization, racism and whiteness.
Next, explore The Basics: Level 2 to learn about the importance of self-reflection/knowledge and your role as an anti-racism facilitator.
Throughout this process, please refer to our extensive, updated Glossaryfor key definitions and discussions.
It is imperative that you complete all of the above sections before proceeding toLearning Actions. Once you have done so, we invite you to explore our Learning Actions which can be used to facilitate sessions on anti-racism.
Finally, familiarize yourself with your Human Rights according to international, national and provincial legislation. See Alberta Civil Liberties for additional downloadable resources and a more in-depth discussion on Law.
This project was made possible due to support from the following organizations
Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre
Our mission is to promote respect for civil liberties and human rights in Alberta through research and education to contribute to a more just and inclusive community.
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Legal Disclaimer: This site provides information about human rights law and civil liberties. Legal information is not the same as legal advice as to the application of law to an individual's specific circumstances. We cannot offer legal advice in response to specific problems. We strongly recommend that you consult a lawyer if you need such help.