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Cowichan Intercultural Society Gets Funding To Help Address Racism

The Cowichan Intercultural Society was one of 33 organizations that received funding from the province as part of their initiative to address racism throughout the province.
Linda Daniels is a diversity educator with the Cowichan Intercultural Society. She says the funding will go toward the “Standing Up For Inclusion” program, where youth are trained to facilitate anti-bullying workshops for elementary school students in grades 5 to 7.
She says teens teaching younger kids is far more effective than if they were hearing the same thing from an adult.
The Intercultural Society received 6 thousand dollars from the province.
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