Grade 4/5 students from Simonds Elementary greet Jaskarn Dhillon (front) and Sukhmeet Singh Sachal on Friday morning as the Cycling4Diversity group stopped by the Langley elementary school. Cycling4Diversity began in 2011 and aims to inform people about embracing cultural diversity through understanding, mutual respect and inclusion. The C4D Foundation offers opportunities for learning and discussions on the benefits of cultural diversity and the importance of eliminating racism.

Grade 4/5 students from Simonds Elementary greet Jaskarn Dhillon (front) and Sukhmeet Singh Sachal on Friday morning as the Cycling4Diversity group stopped by the Langley elementary school. Cycling4Diversity began in 2011 and aims to inform people about embracing cultural diversity through understanding, mutual respect and inclusion. The C4D Foundation offers opportunities for learning and discussions on the benefits of cultural diversity and the importance of eliminating racism.

Cycling4Diversity makes Simonds stop

Annual ride stopped at a pair of Langley elementary schools on May 22

Two Langley elementary schools learned all about cultural diversity and the importance of eliminating racism on Friday morning.

After stopping by Walnut Grove’s Gordon Greenwood Elementary, the Cycling4Diversity team made its way across Langley to Simonds Elementary.

The Cycling4Diversity Foundation aims to build bridges of dialogue, one city at a time,

The program, which began in 2011 and was created by Mission’s Ken Herar, aims to inform people about embracing cultural diversity through understanding, mutual respect and inclusion.

The C4D Foundation offers opportunities for learning and discussions on the benefits of cultural diversity and the importance of eliminating racism.

The Cycling4Diversity Week in B.C. began May 17 and wraps up on May 23.

The group of riders was scheduled to visit between 50 and 60 schools in 11 cities.

 

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