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Posted June 26th 2020
In this extra special [At] Home edition, three Manitoba youth poets; Sarah Beatty, from Murdoch MacKay Collegiate, and Urooba Ahmed and Sophia Abolore, from Fort Richmond Collegiate, connected virtually under quarantine to create the newest iteration of MCIC’s Voices for Change spoken word poem titled: Survival of the Richest
This powerful piece tells the story of coronavirus quarantine around the world, highlighting its effects on a global scale and amplifying various narratives that come from unique pandemic experiences.
Watch the powerful poem HERE.
Posted June 21st 2020
Today, we celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, held each year on June 21. With that celebration comes much reflection and recognition on the work that remains.
We are grateful to do the work we do from the heart of Treaty 1 territory, and we encourage everyone to honour Indigenous stories and experiences, while taking concrete actions in line with the TRC’s calls to action moving forward.
With that in mind, we encourage everyone to take action, learn, and celebrate and we’ve shared a few ways here.
Posted June 5th 2020
What happens when you invite students and teachers to create their own projects addressing needs for support, good hygiene, or issues like gender-based violence in schools?
Join us to learn how Canadian Lutheran World Relief partners with schools in Jordan to meet needs beyond pencils and books, and create a welcoming and supportive learning environment with room for both girls and boys to thrive.
Posted June 4th 2020
Learn about the application process and gain insight on how to write a successful proposal for the Community Solidarity Fund.
They are two identical online information sessions in the following times and dates:
- Morning Session 10:00 AM on Wednesday June 10, 2020
- Evening Session 5:30 PM on Thursday June 11, 2020
Please REGISTER no later than Tuesday, June 9 at 5:00 p.m.
For more info click here!