The second leg of the “Everyone Against Racism” workshop will be focused on providing individual, institutional and macro strategies to assist with enforcing anti-racism. It will also provide a mental health perspective where attendees will learn strategies on how to cope with triggers when they have been victims of racism/oppression and how others can provide support to these victims in tangible ways. This will be the segment where resources will be shared with attendees, followed by a more engaging segment for Latoya to field questions.
Registration for the second session is now open below.
October 25, 2021
HCA was pleased to welcome Latoya T. Reid as the facilitator of our first Anti-Racism Workshop as part of the “Retooling Heritage” initiative kindly funded by the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan. Latoya is a masters trained and registered social worker and a trained teacher. Latoya brings over 15 years of experience in human services with a diverse background in the various fields of social work.
Latoya is a passionate activist, reformist, and community advocate who prides herself in being a catalyst for positive change. She has volunteered with countless community organizations and has received numerous nominations and awards including the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award crowning lifetime achievement for humanitarian and community service, CBC’s 2020 Future 40 Saskatchewan, and the 2018 Faculty of Social Work Dean’s Medal. Additionally, Latoya has also co-authored a number of academic articles and is currently in the process of completing her first book.
HCA would like to extend a formal thank you to Latoya T. Reid for facilitating the first of HCA’s Anti-Racism Workshops. We would also like to thank the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan for funding our “Retooling Heritage” initiative. If you missed this session, you can view a recording below.