A Conversation on Anti-Black Racism in Canada
Join alumna Christabel Khumalo (Finance ‘10) and Madlen Christianson, Manager of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at NAIT to gain a more in-depth understanding of the realities of racism in Canada, particularly within the black community.
The conversation is in a collaborative format to enable participants to gain practical viewpoints on the impact of racism at various levels. The conversation will guide participants through a journey of self-reflection while giving tools to build an anti-racist lens.
- Introduction of a Safe Environment
- A Brief History on Black-Canadians
- Why do we discuss Black Lives Matter?
- Systemic and Institutional Racism in Canada
- Individual, liberal and reverse racism
- What is White Privilege?
- Moving Forward
Duration: 1 hr
Christabel Khumalo is a Business Consultant whose people-centered Servant Leadership approach has stimulated the growth of small to medium-sized businesses globally by providing innovative solutions. Her passion for leadership development led her to complete her MBA with a focus in Global Leadership.
Service and people are at the centre of her values; serving as a Mentor with Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council, a Board of Director with the Boys & Girls Club of Strathcona County, and as a United Nations Volunteer assigned to projects that aim to improve fund mobilization for grassroot organizations.
Christabel’s methods are built on the premise that exceptional service delivery and emotional intelligence are essential for value creation. You can find some of her published writings, articles, and courses on various blogs and online platforms. She is a Leadership Advisor at the Alder Group and Owner of Christabel Consultant.