Learn more about available tools and resources in the neighbourhood (and beyond) as they relate to the Collingwood Neighbourhood House (CNH) community.
About the Neighbourhood
- A Progressive’s Style Guide (PDF)
For community members, grassroots leaders, activists, and progressive funders – a guide outlining progressive movement frameworks, decolonizing practices, and up-to-date word choice and phrasing for current theory of change directions and momentum across groups and issue areas.
- BC Teachers’ Federation
Antiracism online resources, websites and curriculum
- Black Feminist Perspectives on COVID-19: A Reading List — Black Women Radicals
Resource for Black feminist podcasts, webinars, books, and articles
- City of Vancouver’s Multiculturalism resources
- Deep Diversity: Overcoming Us vs. Them by Shakil Choudhury (book & resources)
Deep Diversity seeks to reframe the debate regarding racism and systemic discrimination in a practical, scientific and compassionate manner.
Website and resources with the mission to provide an anonymous and safe reporting environment for Canadians of Asian ancestry experiencing anti-Asian attacks. To consolidate public resources in an accessible format to victims. To utilize reported data for actionable change.
- Government of Canada’s Anti-racism resources
A list of supporting resources to Canada’s Anti-Racism Strategy
Hollaback! is on a mission to end harassment — in all its forms by working together to understand the problem, ignite public conversations, and develop innovative strategies that result in safe and welcoming environments for all.
- Hollaback: Bystander Intervention Training to stop anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment
In response to the rise in Anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment, Hollaback! partnered with Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC to adapt their free bystander intervention training as well as offering a de-escalation training to meet this moment.
- Indigenous Issues 101
Resource for people unfamiliar with specific aboriginal topics, with a focus on myth debunking.
- Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network
The Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network will offer a multi-faceted, province-wide approach with greater focus and leadership in identifying and challenging racism. The program will connect communities with information, supports and training they need to respond to, and prevent future incidents of, racism and hate.
- The stereotype is dead: Researchers show that Native Americans drink less than whites (article)
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action (PDF)
- UBC Access and Diversity – Awareness resources
- Unsettling America – Decolonization in Theory & Practice
Created and curated as one settler’s labour of love and resistance, Unsettling America aspires towards a decentralized network of autonomous groups and individuals dedicated to mental and territorial decolonization throughout Turtle Island and the “Americas.”
- White Nonsense Roundup
White Nonsense Roundup (WNR) was created by white people, for white people, to address our inherently racist society. A resource for anti-racist images, links, videos, artwork, essays, and voices.
Early Childhood Education
E.C.E. Cultural Competency Project
The E.C.E Cultural Competency Project was co-developed by the Musqueam Nation, BC Aboriginal Child Care Society, City of Vancouver, Collingwood Neighbourhood House, and other community partners. The end result was a series of five cultural competency video modules for early childhood educators and a supporting booklet, This Land: A Companion Resource for Early Childhood Educators, to accompany five short films:
Health & Wellness
- Renfrew-Collingwood INTERactive: Interculturalism through Physical Activity
INTERactive is an initiative that brings people from all cultures, ages, and abilities together to engage in physical activity and games that originate from countries around the globe. INTERactive encourages shared values of respect, cooperation, creativity and fairness while supporting the basic universal human needs of play, health, safety, learning, social connection and belonging.
- COVID-19 Health Literacy Project
Creating and translating accessible COVID-19 information into different languages to help all patients know when, and how, to seek care.