The George Hull Centre celebrates Black History Month by highlighting Culturally Responsive Programming.
Culturally responsive programs are evidence-based programs that have been adapted to meet the needs of specific cultural groups. Race, ethnicity, culture, and experience can have a direct impact on how individuals engage with services.
Please join us on February 15th at 11:00AM as we discuss Culturally Responsive Programming. We are pleased to invite the CTYS and George Hull Centre Collaborative R.IT.E.S. Program.
R.I.T.E.S. (Resilience, Identity, Transformation, Empowerment, Self-determination) is an innovative, evidence based, culturally grounded, and asset-focused intervention that promotes Black youth as having multiple positive strengths and endless possibilities. It creatively responds to the realities of anti-Black racism in the GTA for young people. Programming is specifically designed for African, African Canadian, Afro Caribbean, Afro Latinx, Black youth aged 13-17 years old.
Please RSVP to Julie Thi, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org.