Black History Month: Let’s Talk | Calgary Police Service Anti-Racism Action Committee
After the death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, and the subsequent conviction of Derek Chauvin for his murder, global protests demanded systemic racism be addressed and for police reform in crisis response. In 2020, the Calgary Police Service (CPS) presented to City Council and citizens its commitment to anti-racism and inclusion. Two Anti-Racism Action Committees (internal and external) were established to support the development of an Anti-Racism Strategy to be delivered in 2022
We’re partnering with Calgary Police Services, and the Justice Advocates Club to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and how The Calgary Police Services is moving toward anti-racism within our justice systems. Join online to learn about how they are making these changes.
Register with this Zoom link using your mtroyal email address.
This event is put on for Black History Month in collaboration with the MRU Justice Advocates Club and the Calgary Police Service (CPS).