The Board of Directors, Staff and Members and Friends of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations extend our deepest and warmest CONGRATULATIONS to Board Member Suze Morrison on her election to the Provincial Legislature. Suze is the first successful NDP candidate in the Toronto Centre riding which she will be representing.
Suze brings a long list of achievements to Queen’s Park. Her platform and policies were informed by her Indigenous heritage and her experience as a committed advocate for equity and social justice.
We are proud of Suze and wish her a long and successful career in politics.
UARR Board, Staff, Members, Friends
Our latest edition of Urban Update is out! Read about the Muslim Youth Fellowship project and our statement on School Resource Officers program: UARR 2018 Spring Newsletter
As reported in the media, the Progressive Conservative potential candidate for Mississauga Centre, Tanya Granic Allen has made some inflammatory comments spreading homophobia and Islamophobia.
Please visit this site and send an email directly to Doug Ford and the PC Caucus asking to disqualify Tanya Granic Allen.
April 11 is known as The Day of Pink which is the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia, and Transmisogyny across the world. On this day let’s send the right message to our communities and make sure our province does not have representatives who work against Canada’s values of diversity and inclusion.
The Urban Alliance on Race Relations and Uniting Muslims and Allies for Humanity present the #UnityTour, an events series across Canada to spark new friendships. Supported by Canadian Heritage , we seek to promote dialogue, enhance multiculturalism, and grow a strong and inclusive Canada. Join us in Ottawa (March 17), Calgary (March 24), and Toronto (May 27). Register for free at www.umah.ca