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Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Portal


The Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Hotline is available for students, families, staff member, community members, or any stakeholder to report school-based incidents of racism, injustice or discrimination against anyone.

A racist incident is any incident that is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person. Racist actions might include:

  • Physical abuse: spitting, punching, kicking, slapping, pushing, or behavior that leads to physical injury.
  • Threats: words of a threatening nature: For example, “I’m going to beat you up” or “I’m going to get you and your family.”
  • Verbal abuse: racist name calling, swearing, abusive telephone calls, etc.
  • Sexual abuse: including degradation, rape, assault, etc.
  • Written/printed abuse: letters by post, leaflets, or posters using racist language, abusive text messages, abusive messages on Facebook or other social media..
  • Graffiti/racist language or images written/drawn onto property.
  • Attacks on property/home: eggs/stones thrown at property, tires slashed, windows broken.
  • Harassment: persistent intimidating or threatening behavior that is spread out over a period of time.