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PRESIDENT'S TASK FORCE ON ANTI-BLACK RACISM

When it comes to combating systemic racism in society,
Concordia needs to lead by example.

Following the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement in response to police violence and persistent inequities impacting Black communities, Concordia University committed to the work of addressing race-related issues among its members and in its institutional fabric. The creation of the President’s Task Force on Anti-Black Racism is a testament to that commitment.

Mandate

Learn more about the Task Force

Leadership

Meet the members

Subcommittees

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Milestones

November 30, 2020: The task force finalized the subcommittees’ membership, defined their terms of reference and presented a workplan to the interim provost.

June 2021: Concordia’s provost received a progress report on the work of the subcommittees that identifies immediate action items.

Fall 2021: Concordia’s provost received the task force’s preliminary recommendations resulting from the progress report that was submitted in June.

June 2022: Concordia’s president will receive a comprehensive set of recommendations and an action plan to combat anti-Black racism at Concordia.

 

 

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