A virtual talk with Afghan-Canadian activist Farkhunda Muhtaj who will share how she helped rescue more than 300 Afghan girl soccer players. http://www.auraforrefugees.org/index.php/get-involved/current-events/world-refugee-day-2022
When news of the coronavirus first began to spread in Canada, Chinese Canadian restaurants and businesses quickly took a devastating hit. Once crowded restaurants were nearly empty. Other Asian restaurants and businesses that were neither Chinese owned nor operated were also shunned and targeted with racist graffiti and vandalism. “Chinese”- identified and “Chinese looking” people were publicly blamed for the growing pandemic and the downturn of the global economy.