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Black History Month is a time to celebrate Black culture, arts and the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians, while acknowledging the ongoing realities of anti-Black racism. As much as it is important to recognize and celebrate Black History Month, to avoid tokenistic recognition, this reflection should extend beyond the month of February

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Elevating voices

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As part of the College’s commitment to anti-racism, we recognize the importance of elevating diverse voices of leadership within the profession, and the benefits of discussion and sharing of experiences, perspectives and reflections. This space is dedicated to RECEs who identify as Black, Indigenous or Persons of Colour. If you’re

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October is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and, specifically on October 24th, many organizations across Ontario will be promoting the understanding that “[e]very child and youth has a right to safety and well-being”. For Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs), that means ensuring you understand your legal obligations surrounding your duty to