African Ancestry: Identities and Lived Realities
This survey is part of a research and dialogue project which aims at better understanding the ways in which identity is formed and sustained, and how identity shapes lived realities of Black people of African descent living in British Columbia. Through dialogue, the project hopes to create an awareness of this within our communities and inspire intercultural understanding.
This project is facilitated by Alice Mũthoni Mũrage and Eva Sajoo and is carried out in partnership with BC Black History Awareness Society and funding from the Government of British Columbia.
It will take you approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey. If you would like to participate in this survey that will inform this conversation, click on the image on the right or click here.
Participation is voluntary, anonymous, and confidential. The survey is open until July 31, 2020.