Cultural Safety

Working Group

The role of the Cultural Safety Working Group is to ensure the voices most affected by institutional racism are brought to the forefront moving forward. The Working Group examines the actions the College has taken to improve diversity, recommend ways and means to more deeply integrate these practices, and identify areas where new initiatives are needed to ensure that diversity is embedded in the College culture.

The group’s first initiative is the creation of the email address, which is your avenue to reach us. If you have questions or concerns in regards to cultural safety at the College, please be in touch. The group currently convenes bi-weekly, and will work to collectively address any issues that come up throughout the year. Any communication with the group will remain confidential from school administration.

News & Updates

Cultural Safety Update

The College and the Cultural Safety Working Group are working to create a safe place where students and alumni can voice concerns, tell their stories, bring up past hurts, and seek accountability.
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Cultural Safety Working Group

The College is pleased to announce the formation of the Cultural Safety Working Group. The Working Group consists of board members Austin Eckert and Yukari Peerless, and alumni Alana Hibbert, Jaeyoung Park, and Jacelyn Perret.
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Call for BIPOC alumni to join the Board or the Cultural Safety Working Group

The Board is responding to recent requests for the College to articulate its Cultural Plan more clearly and identify next steps to be taken. We acknowledge that the College has to work harder, and faster, to bring diversity to every...
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Black Lives Matter

The College is committed to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility. We stand in solidarity with our Black and Indigenous communities.
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Working, 2019 | director Matthew Howe | photo credit Peter Pokorny