PHOTOS: A group gathered beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th to have a conversation about systemic racism

The event featured presenters from Blackfalds and Calgary

Ken Daniels speaks about the prevelance of racism in the world today and what we can do to stop it. He was one of several presenters during the conversation on racism which took place beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

A small group gathered on the grass beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th to have a tough conversation about systemic racism. The event featured presenters from Blackfalds and Calgary.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Ken Daniels speaks about the prevelance of racism in the world today and what we can do to stop it. He was one of several presenters during the conversation on racism which took place beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Ashley Cardinal attests that racism is real, citing a recent event in British Columbia where she described being the victim of racial profiling after asking to use the washroom in a business, and being denied. She explained the event in a now viral video that even caught the attention of mainstream media. She was one of several presenters in the conversation on racism held beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Kisha Daniels, founder of the group ‘Blackfalds Against Racism’, was the emcee of an anti-racism event held in Castor on Aug. 15th. The event was organized to have a conversation around racism, and took place beside the Community Hall.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The event featured presenters from Blackfalds and Calgary

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Ashley Cardinal attests that racism is real, citing a recent event in British Columbia where she described being the victim of racial profiling after asking to use the washroom in a business, and being denied. She explained the event in a now viral video that even caught the attention of mainstream media. She was one of several presenters in the conversation on racism held beside the Castor Community Hall on Aug. 15th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Kisha Daniels, founder of the group ‘Blackfalds Against Racism’, was the emcee of an anti-racism event held in Castor on Aug. 15th. The event was organized to have a conversation around racism, and took place beside the Community Hall. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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