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Interested in learning more about what antidote was up to this year? Follow the link and find out! antidote Annual Report 2010-11 (PDF)
M21 is the U.N. International day for the elimination of racial discrimination. We had an event at UVic.
A few photos from antidote’s interracial coffee house on June 16, 2010
Thanks to everyone for joining us at Soumya’s place to bid Manjeet farewell. She has been an amazing executive director to antidote and will be sorely missed. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors!
An insightful feature length documentary film, made by adolescent girls, that explores the issue of female body image and its correlation with eating disorders.
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, the BCGEU Equity + Human Rights Committee along with the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance is pleased to invite you to an afternoon of movies on Saturday, May 29th. Light refreshments provided.
This year’s VWSAC walk-a-mile event was a success~
Afro Diva salon has opened!! Check out this great article about the salon featured in the Times Colonist.
It’s that time again that we start preparing for our annual unlabel fashion workshop. Held at the end of February we are looking for members to participate on our committee. If you are interested or would like more information please…
antidote has recently been been awarded the BC Representative for Children and Youth Awards of Excellence 2009. antidote has won the Cultural Heritage and Diversity Award. An intergenerational team took the ferry over on November 4th to accept the award…
Our Community Forum 2009 was a huge success. Held at the Victoria Events Centre on October 8th, 2009, there were approximately 150 people in attendance. The event included a silent auction, a loonie auction and soft launch of our girl…
A presentation which was given in Belfast – August 2009 – about using the arts to define multiracial identity. The images show participants developing quilt squares at the 2004 Multiracial Family Day event, in Victoria, BC.