Former CFL great Mo Elewonibi will be the keynote speaker at the Walk Away From Racism on Saturday.

Join Mo in Walk Away From Racism Saturday

Campbell River's Walk Away From Racism on Saturday, March 15th will be held at the downtown Community Centre

Form CFL and NFL great Mo Elewonibi will be the keynote speaker for Walk Away From Racism Saturday.

Elewonibi is a retired professional football player – playing both in the NFL and CFL leagues and hold title rings on both platforms – yes GreyCup & SuperBowl rings.

The Walk Away From Racism on Saturday, March 15th will be held at the downtown Community Centre 401 – 11th Avenue. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. Enjoy the festivities and make a statement at the Walk Away From Racism! Here’s five reasons to participate:

1. Create inclusion in our community by supporting and welcoming diversity.

2. It’s fun and easy to do – anyone can! By foot or wheel… the Walk Away From Racism takes about 30 minutes on the downtown outdoor route.

3. Come with old friends or make new ones – the more the merrier. Do you know a second language? Share it with others!

4. Enjoy CR DancExtreme full performance, face painting, Tara School of Dance performances, family crafts, snacks and beverages by Thrifty Foods.

5. Inclusion means everyone: ages, genders, cultures, faiths, abilities and more. Everyone is welcome to this free community event.

For information, visit www.ImmigrantWelcome.ca or check “Immigrant Welcome Centre of North Vancouver Island” on Facebook.