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Fall Youth Social Action Camp!

We are very excited to announce that we are offering our third Youth Social Action Camp, a two night sleepover conference at Camp Barnard. We are inviting youth to explore why sexualized violence and exclusion happens, identify issues that are relevant in their local communities and create youth-led social action projects to address these issues. […]

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Interested in having a workshop at your school or community group?

It’s that time of year again! Time to think about how to ensure school spaces are as awesome as they can be, and to gather with our peers to help make our communities safer and more consensual! … well… maybe it’s always time for the second one… A huge part of Project Respect is doing workshops […]

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Welcoming to Project Reclaim and Our Summer Staff!

Summer is upon us, and that means that I’m out of the classroom and into summer programming mode! This year Project Respect is partnering with Project Reclaim for our summer programming. We’ll be posting more details about Project Reclaim soon, but for now I would just like to welcome Addie Elliott and Graham Olsen as our […]

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I am Rooted in Community

   I am Rooted in Community   A few weeks ago we received an e-mail inviting Project Respect to the Rooted in Community (RIC) Food Justice Summit, and before we knew it we were sitting in the Vancouver International Airport on our way to Olympia, Washington, to meet with dozens of incredible youth and adult […]

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Schedule for Rooted in Respect summer camp!

Addie, Sage and Rebecca have been working hard this summer preparing for the Rooted in Respect summer camp and have gotten together a schedule of activities! Register online until August 14! And don’t forget to join our new Rooted in Respect food justice facebook group, and share the Rooted in Respect summer camp event page! […]

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Welcome back, Sage!

Hadih, Sage Lacerte Sahdnee! Hello, My name is Sage Lacerte! I prefer to be addressed as she and/or her, or simply by my name! My family is from the Carrier territory in North Central British Columbia, but I was raised by my big beautiful family in “Victoria”, BC, on the Lekwungen and WSANEC lands. Two […]

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What the Project Respect team has been up to this week! by Addie.

This week has been full of adventure and brainstorming. Getting to know Kim, Rebecca and Sage has been a delight. In the beginning of the week we attended a “Youth and Food Security” event at the Quadra Village Community Centre where we had the chance to explore our own ideas and share them with others […]

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Announcing: Rooted in Respect Summer Camp!

We’re so excited to announce that August 17-19 will be the Food Justice Project‘s free Summer Camp: Rooted in Respect! We’ll post more announcements as the summer rolls on, but in the meantime, check out the event on facebook, spread the word, contact us to ask questions, and keep being awesome! Register here by August 14, or be […]

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Welcome Summer Staff!

Project Respect has two new youth summer staff who will be working on the Food Justice Programming, including the summer camp, August 17-19! Stay tuned for their introductions and for more news about the Rooted in Respect Camp!

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Citizens of Privilege: Down With The Kyriarchy!

Spike expects gratitude from Buffy for not drinking someone's blood.

We’re all special in our own ways, and part of our specialties is people’s privilege. So essentially we’re all privileged in our own ways. I wish I could end it there, but we can’t, so let’s plow forwards through this wildness together.   So what is privilege? Borrowing a (paraphrased) quote from a friend: “privilege is […]

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