Organizing Against Racism and Hate (Prince George)


About Us. 

OARH Prince George is part of the East North OARH Regional Network, which links Prince George with Williams Lake and 100 Mile House. 

The Prince George coordinator, Nazgul Stringer, works out of the Immigrant and Multicultural Services Society downtown at 1270 2nd Avenue. 

In the 2012-13 year, the previous PG OARH coordinator (Anisa Zehtab-Martin) was able to establish Diversity Week in Prince George February 25-March 1, and bring the activities and message into the schools. She also hosted a youth dialogue symposium around the topics of cyber safety, multiculturalism, bullying and racism.  

In the 2013-14 year, coordinator Ley Fraser worked to highlight issues of casual discrimination by bringing Gender Inclusivity presentations to local elementary schools in partnership with Jean Baptiste and Rachel Bates. Cultural accpetance events were held at UNBC, including one near Halloween around Cultural Appropriation. The EN OARH network also ran a Logo Contest for Prince George and then the region as a whole, and contributed to the planning and faciliation of Gender Creative Child and Parent Support Groups at the Bob Harkins Branch of the Public Library.