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Anti Racism Town Hall
Submitted By Webmaster on Thursday, February 25, 2021
The GLHA in conjuction with Nicole Kaniki from Senomi Solutions will be providing a town hall meeting for those interested in the  presentation on anti-racism in sports and how your team, club and organization can ensure a more equitable and inclusive environment for all players, parents, coaches, officials and support. Please join us for an introduction session to discuss why anti-racism is important and how we begin this journey.




 Date: March 3rd 
Time : 7-8 pm 
Place: virtual town hall
Please email  Justin Hoffer for link( click here for email ) 

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