Education Interrupted: Parent Engagement for Liberation Webinar Series
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Race, Power and Parent Engagement
May 31st, 7 - 8:30 pm
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June 14th, 7 - 8:30 pm
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June 28th, 7 - 8:30 pm
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Working Women Community Centre (WWCC) Working Women Community Centre is a women-focused settlement agency that provides support to newcomers in Toronto. Since 1974, we have been making a difference in the lives of immigrant women and their families.
We have been making a difference in the lives of Toronto’s immigrant women and their families since 1974. For over 4 decades, we have worked to provide access to the right programs and services that build healthy communities. From settlement counselling and community initiatives to economic development and English language instruction to educational supports and resident engagement, we work to provide holistic programs and services delivered by caring knowledgeable staff. It’s what makes Working Women feel like a trusted friend, and in many cases, a lifeline for the thousands of immigrant women that visit our centres.
At WWCC, we believe that when a woman has opportunities to realize her full potential, we are all better for it.