more questions (Ottawa)

As November Project continues to shift and make room to grow in diversity, acceptance, inclusion, and acknowledgement these questions are important to begin conversations with.  If we want to be an inclusive community we know that we need to care, learn and relearn about our collective history for ourselves and for those that continue to show up. 

Questions from the most recent NP town hall: 

  1. How does anti-racist work fit into the role of November Project leaders?
  2. How can the anti-racist work benefit your city and it’s members?

How would you consider answering these questions, where do you see anti-racist work within our November Project community here in Ottawa? Know that we ask these questions with the intention for open, honest feedback to the bright and continuously evolving future of November Project.

So, take some time, reflect, think about it and if you feel inclined and open to it let us know, send a message, leave a comment below.

Thank you for sharing many 8,9, 15..maybe more three minute bursts of movement with us this morning and for completing your 13th push up with a partner over zoom. The partner shout outs over zoom are not getting old if anything they just keep getting better and better. Not to forget but we also got to meet a very tiny, precious and oh so sweet bundle of joy that is now part of the Garland clan, CONGRATS Lauren and Seumas.

Here’s to bringing soles together,

Lauren and Liz


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