WATCH: Anti Racism champion, teacher, & author Harman Pandher wins award from BC Government
Darpan News Desk Darpan, 05 May, 2021 07:58 PM
WATCH: Harman Pandher is the recipient of the intercultural trust award by the BC government. He speaks to DARPAN Magazine about how his childhood experiences lead him to author a popular children's book highlighting South Asian culture and heritage, which is now being used as an educational tool in BC schools.
Find out more about anti-racism champion Harman Pandher. His book Gurpreet goes to the Gurdwara has garnered immense praise. The book is available on Amazon and Indigo. Photos courtesy of Harman Pandher, SACH Community hub
Rachna Singh is proud to serve as the BC’s Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism Initiatives. She has been a an activist - her activism spans from fighting for Human Rights of people, gender equality, to bringing justice and dignity to the lives of the underprivileged
Today, women are at the forefront of change. They are ruling nations; they are the key decision-makers; they have taken charge and are creating their own roadmap for success. Be it in politics, health, social work, business, or broadcasting – their contribution has been crucial for the growth and development of the province and BC’s South Asian community.
Adrija Chakrabarti is the co-founder and director of Mentoring the Stars Foundation a non-profit organization’s mission is to provide high-quality, no-cost tutoring for any British Columbian family that seeks it