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Creating Balance

Aaron “Splash” Nelson-Moody, Diversity Circles Collaborator I was honoured to work on the logo for the Diversity Circles project. The red colour we call temlh; it represents the blood of the earth or the blood of the cedar tree so it’s a sacred colour for us here in Coast Salish territory. You could say it is sort of an inner strength. It’s not completely […]


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See our latest bulletin, including our statement of solidarity with the movements and individuals standing up against anti-Black racism.


Potlatch Methodology as a Guide to Transformative Learning

Guest Blogger: Laurie Izgerean, Instructor, BCIT Communication, School of Computing & Academic Studies “If the legend falls silent, who will teach the children of our ways?” Dan George It was standing room only when over 65 BCIT employees attended Diversity Circles’ Potlatch Methodology Lunch & Learn on April 24, 2019. A Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) welcome song sung […]

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Digital Knowledge Map Goes Live

We are excited to announce the public launch of the SSHRC-funded Diversity Circles Digital Knowledge Map, built to connect people and their knowledge to each other. This map builds a bridge into the next phase of Diversity Circles! While the Map was completed last Fall with the conclusion of the SSHRC grant, we needed a […]


Diversity Circles Key for BCIT in 2018

BCIT looks back at 2018 and how innovation happened through collaboration and how Diversity Circles is a key part of the work. “We attribute our success through the power of collaboration and as 2018 comes to an end, we reflect on seven of our most impactful stories from the year that showcase how BCIT has innovated […]


How BCIT is promoting diversity through an Indigenous lens

In the spirit of Orange Shirt Day, BCIT is proud to announce the continued funding of the Diversity Circles’ events, created in partnership between BCIT and the Faculty and Staff Association (FSA). Read more.