Cycling4Diversity set to stop at KPU Surrey and speak about breaking down cultural barriers
May 17 / 2013
"We're excited to be stopping at Kwantlen and sharing in our message of celebrating our cultural diversity and being inclusive during Cycling4Diversity Week in British Columbia," said Ken Herar, Founder, Cycling4Diversity. "Living in a multicultural country we should never stop building bridges and partnerships. The support from all the universities, colleges and public schools has been extremely encouraging. The team is honoured to deliver this important message."
At the May 22 event, KPU representatives will be presenting a donation to Cycling4Diversity and will join Surrey City Councillor Barinder Rasode who will declare May 19-25 "Cycling4Diversity Week."
"KPU is pleased to welcome Cycling4Diversity at its Surrey stop in this year's journey," said KPU President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Alan Davis. "We applaud the initiative and commitment of the riders in supporting diversity and equality in all our communities."
Cycling4Diversity began in 2011 to celebrate World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development on May 21, a day proclaimed by the United Nations.
The event will be held at 6:00 p.m. at 12666 72nd Avenue, Surrey.
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