Weaving Our Humanity: An Evening of Story

2016woh-collage-wtitleOn November 19, 2016, our hearts were warmed by stories and performances from our community.

See the photos, enjoy a beautiful poem about the evening, read our final report on the project, and hear what a columnist had to say about it.

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"Canadians say their country is not a melting pot of many cultures but a quilt, where each culture and its traditions contribute a distinctive color. To me that kind of woven fabric of different heritages is particularly obvious in Vancouver, western Canada's urban hub."

- Annie Griffiths Belt National Geographic Photographer


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