World History of Racism interactive presentations

World History of Racism

Saturday, April 12, 2008
8:30 am to 12 pm
St. Basil's Church, Basement
50 St. Joseph Street, Toronto
(south of Bloor St., just east of Bay St.)
Wheelchair accessible from rear parking lot

WHORM is a simulation activity consisting of a series of interactive presentations which portray the origins of racist ideas and their connection to colonialism and continuing inequality.

It also challenges Eurocentic ideas of history, illustrating that all cultures have contributed to the development of humankind.

The workshop not only educates participants about racism, but provides them with an overview of ancient and modern history.

WHORM is played by 40 to 100 participants on a large map of the world. WHORM developer Tim McCaskell is our facilitator for this event.

Please let us know if you can join us:

This event is sponsored by CPT and is being held in conjunction with CPT's semi-annual Steering Committee meeting, so members of the international Steering Committee coming from across Canada, the U.S., Colombia, Palestine and the UK will also be participating. There is no charge for this event, but registration is requested.


St. Basil's Church, Basement
50 St. Joseph Street
Toronto, ON
43° 39' 56.052" N, 79° 23' 16.2024" W
This community event is not affiliated with Faith Connections, but we believe it to be of specific interest to young adults aged 18-39 and with a faith-based or social justice theme. However, we can be mistaken — if you're not sure this event will meet your expectations, please check with the event organizers.