social capital, community engagement, community-based research, civil society, Black young people, Indigenous young people, non-profit sector, participatory action research
This knowledge round-up addresses the question: What ought to be prioritized by non-profit organizations for meaningful civic connections for Indigenous and Black young people? The answer to this question is our Hearts + Minds theory of change mapped out in this paper.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
© Esrah Akasha, Shamas Berantuo, Alex Hansen, Yasmin Hashi, Michella Mark, Fallon Melander & Abigail Salole
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Original Publication Citation
Akasha, E. Berantuo, S., Hansen, A., Hashi, Y., Mark, M., Melander, F.,& Salole, A. (2023). Hearts + Minds Knowledge Round up: Co-Creating Civic Connections for Indigenous and Black Young People in Peel . Unpublished Document. Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Faculty, Sheridan College.
Akasha, Esrah; Berantuo, Shamas; Hansen, Alex; Hashi, Yasmin; Mark, Michella; Melander, Fallon; and Salole, Abigail, "Hearts + Minds Knowledge Round up: Co-Creating Civic Connections for Indigenous and Black Young People in Peel" (2023). Hearts + Minds. 1.