Hope Inclusion Project
End Racism and Hate: Your Right. Your Responsibility.
- Understanding concepts of race and racism
- Knowing one’s rights and responsibilities under the B.C.’s Human Rights Code
- Taking action when one falls victim to or witnesses an incident of racism and hate
- Developing practical skills to stand up against racial prejudice on the streets or inequitable practices at work
- Examining the roots of systemic racism and the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada
We see a future free from racism and hate. Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network is bringing communities together to do the hard work and make this vision a reality.
Members of our local community network:
• Free Rein Associates
• Hope and Area Transition Society
• Hope Community Services
• Read Right Society
• Fraser-Cascade School District #78
• Fraser Health Authority
• Hope & District Arts Council
• Hope RCMP
• Community members
The Hope Inclusion Project Committee seeks to promote an inclusive culture where all in the community can work, play, and learn in a supportive environment.
The committee realizes this mission by:
- Promoting greater empathy and awareness in the community through inclusive practices.
- Influencing local policy.
- Fostering courageous dialogue.
- Hosting, promoting, or contributing to events that add to our mission statement.
Community Response ProtocolResponding To An Incident of Racism or Hate in Our Community
We recognize that each person in our community has a role to play in eliminating racism and hate; from the person in a position of power, to the bystander who witnesses an incident of hate. Our Community Response Protocol is a document created for our community, by our community. The Protocol provides instructions and resources for responding to an incident of racism or hate.
- Who to call to report an incident or crime motivated by racism or hate
- Where to find supports for a victim or victims of incidents of racism or hate
Get in touch with us via phone or e-mail:
The Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network is funded by the Province of British Columbia and offers a province-wide approach to identifying and challenging racism.
We acknowledge that we gather on the traditional ancestral and unceded shared territory of the Chawathil people of the Tiyt Tribe. We are grateful to gather on this territory and to carry out the work that we are doing.