Experience Woodland

Stereotypes and Racism

In this presentation we will examine stereotypes and racism and how society shapes and perpetuates stereotypes and racism through advertising, movies, systemic/institutional racism, and more.

Booking Details

Please contact tours@woodlandculturalcentre.ca to book your group tour.

$10.00/ Person donation to the educational programming at the Woodland Cultural Centre.

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