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Asian Canadian Curriculum Project


National Coalition of Canadians Against Anti-Asian Racism Announces Project Funding for Asian Canadian Educators Network (ACENet)

[Toronto, Ontario] - The National Coalition of Canadians Against Anti-Asian Racism (NCCAAR) is proud to announce its latest initiative in support of promoting inclusivity, diversity, and combating racism in Canada through education. In a significant step towards fostering a more equitable society, the NCCAAR will be providing project funding to the Asian Canadian Educators Network (ACENet), a not-for-profit organization that is focused on advocating for educational issues and concerns related to Asian Canadians, to further their work in developing curriculum material that highlights the invaluable contributions of Asian Canadians to Canadian society and culture.
With an unwavering commitment to combatting Anti-Asian racism and discrimination, the NCCAAR recognizes the importance of education as a powerful tool for social change. By partnering with ACENet, an esteemed organization dedicated to advancing Asian Canadian lived experiences in educational settings, the NCCAAR aims to provide students across the nation with access to accurate and comprehensive understanding of Asian Canadian contributions throughout Canada's history.
The project funding provided by the NCCAAR will support ACENet's ongoing efforts in developing curriculum material that encourages critical thinking, empathy, and appreciation for the rich diversity within Canadian society. By incorporating Asian Canadian perspectives and narratives into the curriculum, ACENet aims to empower educators and students alike, promoting a more inclusive educational experience that fosters cultural understanding, respect, and unity.
"We are thrilled to partner with the Asian Canadian Educators Network on this important curriculum initiative," stated Christine Nakamura, Board Director for the NCCAAR. "By investing in educational resources that highlight the achievements and contributions of Asian Canadians, we can challenge stereotypes, break down barriers, and foster a more inclusive society for all."
The NCCAAR's commitment to supporting ACENet's work is driven by the belief that education plays a crucial role in dismantling systemic racism and fostering positive change. Through this partnership, the NCCAAR and ACENet aim to empower educators, engage students, and encourage dialogue that celebrates diversity and combats discrimination.
Together, the NCCAAR and ACENet aspire to create a society where all individuals are valued, respected, and embraced for their unique backgrounds and contributions. By providing funding for the development of curriculum material that highlights Asian Canadian achievements, they are taking a vital step towards building a more inclusive Canada, where every citizen feels a sense of belonging.
For more information about the Asian Canadian Educators Network (ACENet), please visit

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