No Racial Justice Without Economic Justice: Black Lives Matter

In our work toward sustainable and inclusive communities directing their own futures, CCEDNet stands in solidarity with Black people and communities everywhere. We decry anti-Black racism in every pernicious form it takes; in our relationships, our communities, our organizations, and in Canada's systems and institutions. We call out to every person living in Canada to join in the life work of dismantling white supremacy in all its forms.

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Our work is made possible in part through the support of Employment and Social Development Canada, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, the United Way of WinnipegVancouver FoundationUnited Way Toronto & York Region, the Government of Manitoba, the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Growth, the Winnipeg Foundation and our members.

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