The college acknowledges the systemic racism Black, Indigenous and other racialized people face. The journey ahead involves listening to hard conversations, reflecting on our own biases and complicity, and creating real change within our community.
George Brown College is enriched by the broad range of identities, experiences and beliefs of our students and employees.
Learn about resources, training and more
An introductory resource about Anti-Black racism compiled by George Brown College
Definitions and ways to combat Anti-Black Racism microaggressions
Books for adults, teens and kids on #BlackLivesMatter and fighting racism, in Canada and beyond.
This committee aims to develop and implement anti-racist policies, practices and programs in support of an equitable and safe working and learning environment.
Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Rights Services lead in-person training called Challenging Anti-Black Racism: Education and Prevention. This training aims to explore the roots of racism in Canada. It also supports the participant to understand the impact of racism on an individual, institutional and societal level. The training provides resources to increase participants’ knowledge and understanding, as well as tools to challenge racism.
Training can be booked through Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Rights Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black Student Success Network
The Black Student Success Network (BSSN) is a community of black students, faculty and staff dedicated to encouraging the success of black students at George Brown and beyond. BSSN provides a safe space in which to meet, share, socialize and learn from black community members and allies.