November 30, 2020 (Mon)| 6:00 – 8:30 pm | via Zoom

Active Bystander Training uses a witness-centered approach to disrupting racism. This training is designed to encourage participants to shift from being frozen or silent bystanders to becoming active witnesses. In doing so, we can disrupt racism and build a safer and more inclusive community.

  • Explore four key categories of active witnessing
  • Learn and practice a wide range of anti-racism responses and share some of your own in this interactive training for the whole community


Unable to attend the event on this date? This workshop is also being offered on January 16, 2021. Register here:

Note: Priority will be given to individuals who identify from diverse under-represented groups (including but not limited to Black, Indigenous and people of colour; persons with disabilities; youth; newcomers and immigrants to Canada; LGBTQ2SI+, etc.) and those who live in the Tri-Cities area. Confirmation details will be provided closer to the date.

This event is part of the Tri-Cities Together, TCLIP and Resilience BC program