RESPECT LIVES HERE

               

Respect goes beyond mere tolerance. It requires that we not only recognize our differences, but we also allow them, understand them, and invite them.

Respect elevates us from merely co-existing to living harmoniously.

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Did You Know?

Child poverty for children belonging to racialized groups is 45% while the rate for all children in Canada is 26%.

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