Poster Contest: Coalition Against Racism and Hate

The Burnaby Together – Coalition Against Racism and Hate work with member organizations in the community to develop projects to promote multiculturalism, address racism and discrimination to make Burnaby become a more inclusive and welcome community.

Burnaby Together – Coalition Against Racism and Hate would like to involve youth by creating a poster that can be used to spread awareness to our local communities about discrimination and hate.

Topic: Inclusion, discrimination, hate, racism and diversity
Entry period: November 1, 2018– January 31, 2019
Eligibility: You must be a high-school student attending any secondary school in Burnaby

Guidelines: This is a poster contest that can feature a single person or a group of people using a photo image Each image should highlight diversity, acceptance, tolerance and values of different races, ethnicities, sexual orientation, age and disabilities (love, gay, young, immigrant, living with a disability, etc.). Photographs must be in high resolution. Photo consent of person or people in the photograph included in the Entry form must be signed. Entries must have relevance to the themes of anti-racism, discrimination, hate and diversity.

Theme: The title for your poster will be “I live in Burnaby and I am______________”. The “I am” can be left up to you but should include aspects of a person in terms of personality traits, career ambitions, hobbies, lifestyle and love of family that we all have.

Submissions of entries: By email to Nicole Hurtubise at The selected pictures will be used for a poster campaign against racism, discrimination and hate in Burnaby.

Prizes: The top three selections will receive $50 and the winning participants will be announced at a special ceremony to celebrate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 20th, 2019.

Click here for more information and the entry form.