The Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign seeks to address, disrupt and eliminate racism and discrimination in sport experienced by First Nations, Métis Nation, Inuit, Black, Racialized, and religious minority communities in Canada.

About the Training

The Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign is pleased to bring you the ‘Sport is not an equal playing field: An introduction to Anti-Racism Literacy and Action’ workshop. This interactive session is designed for all sport stakeholders (coaches, administrators, officials, parents, athletes, and board members). Workshop participants will gain knowledge in the following areas:

  • An introductory understanding of anti-racism literacy
  • Current state of racism and sport in Winnipeg
  • Skills and tools on how to be an anti-racist in sport
  • Workshop participants will receive a workbook that will enhance their engagement with the material.

The training module is normally 3 hours, delivered virtually via Zoom or in-person (when it is safe to do so). Customized training available by request. 

To register your organization for this training, please fill out this link and someone from the campaign team will get in touch with you to schedule a training session: 

Lead Facilitator:

Craig Brown

Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Craig began his career in the financial sector where he spent 11 years working in a variety of positions related to customer service and human resources. Although he previously completed degrees in psychology (B.Sc.) and business administration (M.B.A), in 2017, Craig moved with his wife (Kay-Dene) to Winnipeg to pursue an M.A. in Kinesiology and Recreation Management with a focus in Sport Psychology, which he completed in 2020.

Craig’s professional endeavours since moving to Winnipeg include various research projects related to the experiences of newcomers in sport in Manitoba, queer-youth resilience, anti-racism in sport in Winnipeg, and an organizational equity, diversity, and inclusion review. Craig has also worked with the University of Manitoba’s Women’s Soccer team as a Student Sport Psychology Consultant. Craig’s mantra is to be the change that he wishes to see in others, one interaction at a time.