CUASA Anti-Racism and BIPOC Community Members’ Experience Survey

November 12, 2020

CUASA Anti-Racism and BIPOC Community Members’ Experience Survey

In June 2020, CUASA passed a motion that expressed our commitment to “identifying ways we have not done enough to address systemic racism” and to “solicit input from the broader membership on next steps for a more detailed response and further engagement in countering the effects of racism in all its forms.” CUASA’s Anti-Racism Working Group is launching a survey to seek input from CUASA members about how we can promote specific changes to protect the rights of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) community members and other marginalized communities at Carleton. This is only one step in CUASA’s ongoing commitment to support and learn from grassroots movements to redress colonial oppression, anti-Black racism, and white supremacy in CUASA, Carleton and the wider community.

The survey will be open until Monday, December 14.

Members can find the link to the survey in their email. Please note that this survey is meant only for CUASA bargaining unit members. We kindly ask that you please not share the link to the survey.

Thank you in advance for your input.

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