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Tracy Bains

Tracy is a writer and marketing strategist with a keen interest in social media. Find out more on her website.

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A lesson in Cuban dance
Aug 18th, 2012
The South Asian Family Association hosted its 10th annual cross-cultural music festival, Sawan Mela, at the Plaza of Nations on August 17 and 18, 2012.
Male Bhangra dancers mid-jump on-stage, performing in Celebrate the Harvest.
Jun 3rd, 2012
This year’s HSBC City of Bhangra Festival runs from May 31-June 10, 2012. As a volunteer, I went backstage for Celebrate the Harvest, a free outdoor event in Surrey, BC.
Mar 26th, 2012
SFU recently hosted a symposium to discuss the Komagata Maru (1914) and celebrate the launch of a new website dedicated to documenting this infamous incident from Canada’s history.
Mar 11th, 2012
On March 11, 2012, protestors gathered at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre to rally for an independent inquiry into the robocalls allegedly used during last year's elections to confuse voters.
Feb 28th, 2012
On March 3, 2012, StilettoFit and Help Change My City are co-hosting the LBD Soiree, an event to raise $1000 for Battered Women’s Support Services.
Dec 18th, 2011
RangiChangi Roots hosted a workshop in December at the first HSBC-Evergreen Youth Action Series to discuss whether we can source local, organic food for ethnic dishes and support a sustainable diet.
Oct 30th, 2011
Inside Stories is a website that profiling members of South Hill Vancouver. A two-part series explores how community organizers like Susan Faehndrich-Findlay and artists can trigger social change.
Oct 23rd, 2011
Inside Stories is an interactive multi-platform website profiling South Hill Vancouver’s local residents. A two-part series explores how artists and community organizers can collaborate together.
Sep 10th, 2011
On September 13, a public dialogue will explore how to challenge stereotypes and create inclusion through media. Learn more from Simmi Dixit, the National Coordinator of Multimedia &...
Aug 27th, 2011
Join Me in Media, a public dialogue on how to challenge stereotypes and create a more inclusive city through media, on Tuesday, September 13 at the Vancouver Public Library from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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