C.A.A.C. (Canadian Amateur Athletic Collective)


Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Canada Part 3 “Taking Action” from 7pm-8:30pm on Tuesday July 21st with special guests:
Meghan McPeack @meghan.mcpeak
Keneca Pingue-Giles @kgiles07
Altonia Taylor @aambitious
Everton Lewis

Moderated by Dwayne Ramage @coachdram

I’m still #ballin4blacklives, what about you?

Register & be part of the discussion in Part 3 of this series while we confront anti-black racism with this great lineup!

Continue to pull the sporting community together and follow @caac_live to keep up with issues in sport and have a voice that will hear you!

@caac_live Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Canada Pt. 3 “Taking Action”

Sign up for our Tuesday Zoom Panel Discussion at the website: canadiancollective.org

Details will be emailed to all registered groups.


Newly formed Canadian sports advocacy group, the CAAC. The CAAC is focused on supporting and developing amateur athletes by creating an environment that fosters growth through security, fairness, openness, honesty, racial and social harmony.


Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Often referred to as Mr. Canada Basketball, Ebanks has been an integral innovator and personality in both amateur and professional basketball. With a High Honours Diploma in Radio & Television Broadcasting (Seneca College) and experience in the financial services industry, Ebanks’ diverse educational background and work experience has allowed him to maximize On Point’s potential in becoming a leading basketball media, promotional and lifestyle brand.

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