Anti-Racism / Resilience BC

 Resilience BC- An Anti –Racism Network for Richmond  


The Resilience BC Network is a group of individuals and organizations in Richmond that connects communities with resources, supports and training they need to respond to, and prevent future incidents of, racism and hate.

Richmond Multicultural Community Services is the community agency that holds the contracts to lead and administer both the Richmond Community Collaboration Table (CCT) and Resilience BC (formally Richmond Organizing Against Racism and Hate (OARH) Coalition.

If you have experienced racism, want to know more about racism in your community and/or are looking for support please contact: Alan Hill, Inclusive Communities Program Coordinator, Richmond Multicultural Community Services

P: 604.279.7160 Email:

To find out more about general anti-racism supports and resources across British Columbia, please click here to visit the Resilience BC – End Racism and Hate website.