Feb 23, 2015: Contemporary Social Transformation: A Black History Month Conversation.
SIETAR BC celebrates Black History Month and presents a panel discussion about historical and contemporary views from personal and political perspectives on Black folk’s experience in Greater Vancouver.
Doors open at 6:30, and the discussion is from 7pm – 9pm; Location Creekside Community Centre. 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, BC. Moderated by Parker Johnson Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Cost: SIETAR members-Free, Non-members-$8, Students: $5. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About SIETAR BC
SIETAR BC was founded in 1992 as a not-for-profit entity incorporated under the laws of British Columbia. As part of the international SIETAR network, SIETAR BC aims to promote cooperative interaction and to build a network to provide mutual support and exchange of information a the local, regional, national and international regions.
Our members are active in a variety of areas, including educational institutions, business, consulting and training, migration and development aid, government, NGOs, and health services to name a few. We welcome members from all areas. (See the membership page for more information about how to join.)Tags: Black History Month, diversity, Greater Vancouver, SIETAR BC