On March 3, 2021, Brampton City Council officially proclaimed March as Black
Mental Health Awareness and Empowerment Month, in response to the mental health
crisis in the Black community. Click here to read the official proclamation.
As part of this important month, join the conversation on
mental health and wellbeing and its impact on the Black community.
The City’s Economic Empowerment and Anti-Black Racism Unit looks forward to engaging and working with several organisations and volunteers to support this cause. Together, we can encourage more meaningful action in the fight against anti-Black racism.
Community Sessions | via WebEx
Education Session | via WebEx
March 31, 9 am to 12 pm
Join us to learn about
Anti-Black Racism and its destructive affects on families, society and economy,
gain a better understanding of its impact on the mental health of Black Canadians, and how we can work towards the elimination of Anti-Black Racism.
Recommended for those working in
senior management roles in corporate, government, business, community, religious and educational institutions, as well as for anyone wishing to learn more about the Black
community and mental health.
Click here to register.