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    The unspoken language of race in the workplace

    The Pathway of Hope team gathers to learn about racial injustice. October 26, 2020 by Matthew Craggs
    Ed Gough Jr. shares his wisdom and experience with the Pathway of Hope team.
    Ed Gough Jr. shares his wisdom and experience with the Pathway of Hope team.

    On June 30, 2020 employees, Officers, and volunteers from across the territory gathered virtually for the Pathway of Hope monthly training session. The June training session focused on "The unspoken language of race in the workplace" with Ed Gough Jr. presenting. Using research and personal experience Ed speaks to racism and anti-black racism in the workplace. He also shares on inclusivity and what organizations can do to be anti-oppressive.

    The slides from Ed's presentation are available here: DOWNLOAD

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    The video recording can be accessed here: DOWNLOAD 

    About Ed Gough, Jr.

    edgoughjr@gmail.com

    Ed Gough Jr. is a father and manhood advocate who works with fathers, men and organizations to help men and fathers be better for themselves, their loved ones and the world. After spending many years working with fathers and men, Ed knows that the better fathers and men are the better men they are, the better they are for their families and loved ones and the better they are for the world.

    Some of the organizations that Ed has helped with fatherhood and manhood are the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies and the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services. Ed is the co-host and co-producer of the monthly live online conversations for fathers that are sponsored by Dove Men+Care and Dads Central (Canada’s national fatherhood organization). For the last eight years, Ed has been a featured contributor for the Good Men Project (one of the most viewed website in the world for men).  He is also the host of The Dr. Vibe Show™ which won the 2018 Innovation Award given by the Canadian Ethnic Media Association.

    Ed has worked for various companies such as Adidas, Universal Music and Young and Potential Fathers.

    Ed has been featured on various media platforms including CTV News Channel.

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