Ubuntu hosts first AGM: July 28, 2021 Ubuntu – Annual report 2020
What We Do
Our work is grounded in spreading the message of UBUNTU – Compassion, Humanity & Harmony. We are committed to a deep sense of interconnectedness and mutuality that changes attitudes and behaviors. We believe in radical inclusivity. We believe our work and efforts, through education, advocacy, and community building, has the power to address the prejudice at the root of our histories where it lives – in the hearts and minds of people.
[ Ubuntu: (oo·boon·too) I am because we are. ~ Zulu Proverb ~]
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UBUNTU’s goal is to help build capacity for organizations and communities to create just, equitable, and inclusive environments through workshops, projects, and community building with a focus on Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression, and Human Rights. We work in collaboration, partnership, and in solidarity with grassroots, local Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC) led organizations. Supporting each other, sharing knowledge, and building relationships is at the heart of racial justice work.
Our aim is to help participants learn to value diversity, communicate across differences, and transform injustices – in communities, organizations, and at the dinner table.