Inclusive Communities at RMCS is hiring! We are looking for a cohesive and reliable stage director with a strong sense of vision and technical expertise to work with our upcoming Diversity Talent Show. Please see the attached job posting for more information.
Are you interested in helping make Richmond a more inclusive and welcoming place for newcomers?
Something that we all do in Richmond is visit shops, stores, and restaurants. Whether we go to buy groceries or clothing, or eat dinner, we have many interactions with many different people in many different spaces. We want YOUR HELP in uncovering whether or not these interactions happen in the most inclusive and welcoming ways possible. Please see the volunteer call-out posting for more information – and get in touch with Taushif Kara (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested!
Inclusive Communities at RMCS is hiring! We are looking for talented and creative choreographers with a strong sense of leadership and experience working with youth to work with our upcoming Diversity Talent Show. Please see the attached job posting for more information.
News reporter, Coco Shi covered the official screening of A Journey To Action: an anti-bullying, anti-discrimination, anti-racism and documentary that showcases Richmond in 3D.
“A Journey To Action” News Clip
Part of this news clip is in Mandarin.
Kevin Liu – a member of the Richmond in 3D talks about how when he was in elementary and middle school, there was no body to talk to about bullying and how he felt there was no one there to help. But now, he has the opportunity and the strategies to help others deal with bullying.
A Journey To Action is a documentary that covers all the different community events, conferences and workshops that Richmond in 3D facilitate on bullying, discrimination, racism and diversity.
This documentary is part of a tool-kit and facilitator’s guide that is meant to be used as a resource for other teacher’s, youth workers and students to start their own projects.
Two articles were recently in the Richmond News highlighting the work of Richmond in 3D and their anti-bullying, anti-racism, diversity workshops. Richmond in 3D Tackles diversity, bullying Article by Yvonne Roberston Richmond in 3D Tackles Bullying Editorial by Balwant Sanghera
Omni News reporter Fiona Law interviews Mark Pawson and Richmond in 3D about thier anti-bullying, anti-discrimination and diversity workshops and promotes the A Journey To Action Screening on November 21, 2012.