Survey on Racism in NB

Preamble:

The purpose of this research project is to understand and collect experiences of racism in New Brunswick. This is part of a research project being conducted by the New Brunswick Multicultural Council. Anyone living in New Brunswick is invited to complete this survey.  

Your participation in this survey is voluntary. You may choose not to participate. If you decide to participate, you may withdraw at any time. 

Completing the survey will take approximately 15 minutes. Your responses will be confidential and anonymous, we do not collect identifying information such as your name, email address or IP address. The responses to the survey will not be traced back to you in any way and will not be used against you in the future. The results of this study will only be used to develop training and advocacy priorities to address racism in New Brunswick. 

If you have any questions about the research study, please contact the New Brunswick Multicultural Council at nbmc.cmnb@gmail.com.  

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* 1. Please specify your age range

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* 2. Gender

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* 3. Please specify your status:

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* 4. Which of the following best describes you?

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* 5. What region do you live in?

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* 6. Do you believe there is racism in New Brunswick? (Racism is defined as prejudice, discrimination, hostility or harassment directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group that is a minority or marginalized).

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* 7. If yes, what type of racism? (select all that apply)

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* 8. Have you witnessed or experienced racism first-hand in New Brunswick?

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* 9. If yes, where did this happen? (select all that apply)

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* 10. If you feel comfortable, please describe the incident(s) and how you responded.

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* 11. Do you feel you have adequate knowledge about race and racism?

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* 12. Do you feel comfortable talking about race and racism at your place of employment?

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* 13. Optional: why or why not?

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* 14. How much did you learn about topics such as residential schools, slavery, segregation, etc. while growing up in or since arriving in Canada?

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* 15. If you have knowledge of these topics, where/how did you learn about them?

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* 16. How important is it to teach children about historical injustices and the importance of diversity and inclusion within the public school system?

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* 17. Do you agree or disagree with the statement that “New Brunswick is an inclusive place for Black, Indigenous and people of colour?”

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* 18. Optional: Please explain your answer.

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* 19. Do you believe historical injustices against Black, Indigenous and people of colour have present-day implications?

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* 20. Select the group(s) of people you've heard racist/prejudicial comments about from friends/family/strangers (select all that apply)

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* 21. If yes, please provide an example of what you’ve heard.

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* 22. Do you believe there is systemic racism in the following sectors (the policies and practices fixed in institutions, which result in the exclusion or promotion of designated groups) in the following sectors? (Select all that apply)

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* 23. Optional: Please elaborate on your answer.

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* 24. Have you personally witnessed or experienced racism within these sectors?

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* 25. If yes, please provide additional information about the experience.

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* 26. Is the government doing enough to combat racism within New Brunswick?

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* 27. In your opinion, what can governments and institutions do to better combat racism?

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* 28. If resources to learn about racism were free and available, would you access them?

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* 29. If yes, what kind of resources would you like to see?

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* 30. Any further comments about racism in New Brunswick?

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