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Background Information

Employment History

Air Force


Western Regional Director

Canadian Human Rights Commission


Affiliations

Urban Alliance on Race Relations

Board Member


Education

University of Wyoming


degree

history and philosophy

University of Lethbridge


Web References(9 Total References)


www.uarr.org

Reginald Newkirk (first time joining the Board).
REGINALD NEWKIRK Reginald Newkirk has served as the Secretary General of the 25,000 member Baha'i Community of Canada since 1992. He came to this post from Halifax, NS where he served as the race relations coordinator with the Nova Scotia Government. A graduate of the University of Lethbridge with a degree in history and philosophy, Reginald embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights. He has served extensively in this field with the Canadian Human Rights Commission and provincial Human Rights Commissions in Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. Reginald has also worked in the areas of Native rights, labour relations and family violence prevention.


bahaiteachings.org [cached]

Reggie grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York.
After graduating from high school he enlisted in the United States Air Force in the 1960s to escape the draft. After his tour in the U.S.A.F he attended the University of Wyoming and after one and a half years in 1968, he moved to Alberta, Canada. Mr. Newkirk attended and graduated from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, with a degree in history and philosophy. Soon afterward, Mr. Newkirk embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights. For seventeen years he served extensively in this field working for federal, provincial and territorial human rights commissions. He worked in the areas of: Native rights, as executive director of the Yukon Human Rights Commission; labour relations, as the Assistant Director of the Human Rights Branch of the Ministry of Labour in British Columbia; as Western Regional Director of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Vancouver; and family violence prevention as the Executive Director of the B.C. Institute on Family Violence. He is also a volunteer with the Regina Restorative Measures Program, All Nations Hope AIDS Network, SaskCulture Inc., Lumsden Lions' Club and a number of other community-based organizations. Currently, Mr. Newkirk runs his own consulting company, Parity Consulting, in Lumsden, Saskatchewan where one of his chief activities is the spearheading of the very successful Institute for Healing Racism workshops with colleague, journalist and educator Nathan Rutstein. After 4 years refining the process of the Institute, Mr. Newkirk and Mr. Rutstein co-authored a guide to this process, "Racial Healing: The Institutes for the Healing of Racism". Mr. Newkirk is considered to be among Canada's top human rights and race relation experts. Because of his ability to handle challenging issues with sensitivity, care and humor, Mr. Newkirk is sought after as a public motivational and inspirational speaker by many different organizations, businesses and groups. "> Reggie grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from high school he enlisted in the United States Air Force in the 1960s to escape the draft. After his tour in the U.S.A.F he attended the University of Wyoming and after one and a half years in 1968, he moved to Alberta, Canada. Mr. Newkirk attended and graduated from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, with a degree in history and philosophy. Soon afterward, Mr. Newkirk embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights. For seventeen years he served extensively in this field working for federal, provincial and territorial human rights commissions. He worked in the areas of: Native rights, as executive director of the Yukon Human Rights Commission; labour relations, as the Assistant Director of the Human Rights Branch of the Ministry of Labour in British Columbia; as Western Regional Director of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Vancouver; and family violence prevention as the Executive Director of the B.C. Institute on Family Violence. He is also a volunteer with the Regina Restorative Measures Program, All Nations Hope AIDS Network, SaskCulture Inc., Lumsden Lions' Club and a number of other community-based organizations. Currently, Mr. Newkirk runs his own consulting company, Parity Consulting, in Lumsden, Saskatchewan where one of his chief activities is the spearheading of the very successful Institute for Healing Racism workshops with colleague, journalist and educator Nathan Rutstein. After 4 years refining the process of the Institute, Mr. Newkirk and Mr. Rutstein co-authored a guide to this process, "Racial Healing: The Institutes for the Healing of Racism". Mr. Newkirk is considered to be among Canada's top human rights and race relation experts. Because of his ability to handle challenging issues with sensitivity, care and humor, Mr. Newkirk is sought after as a public motivational and inspirational speaker by many different organizations, businesses and groups. Reggie Newkirk Send email to Reggie Newkirk Reggie grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from high school he enlisted in the United States Air Force in the 1960s to escape the draft. After his tour in the U.S.A.F he attended the University of Wyoming and after one and a half years in 1968, he moved to Alberta, Canada. Mr. Newkirk attended and graduated from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, with a degree in history and philosophy. Soon afterward, Mr. Newkirk embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights. For seventeen years he served extensively in this field working for federal, provincial and territorial human rights commissions. He worked in the areas of: Native rights, as executive director of the Yukon Human Rights Commission; labour relations, as the Assistant Director of the Human Rights Branch of the Ministry of Labour in British Columbia; as Western Regional Director of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Vancouver; and family violence prevention as the Executive Director of the B.C. Institute on Family Violence. He is also a volunteer with the Regina Restorative Measures Program, All Nations Hope AIDS Network, SaskCulture Inc., Lumsden Lions' Club and a number of other community-based organizations. Currently, Mr. Newkirk runs his own consulting company, Parity Consulting, in Lumsden, Saskatchewan where one of his chief activities is the spearheading of the very successful Institute for Healing Racism workshops with colleague, journalist and educator Nathan Rutstein. After 4 years refining the process of the Institute, Mr. Newkirk and Mr. Rutstein co-authored a guide to this process, "Racial Healing: The Institutes for the Healing of Racism". Mr. Newkirk is considered to be among Canada's top human rights and race relation experts. Because of his ability to handle challenging issues with sensitivity, care and humor, Mr. Newkirk is sought after as a public motivational and inspirational speaker by many different organizations, businesses and groups.


bahaiteachings.org

Reggie Newkirk
Reggie grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from high school he enlisted in he United States Air Force in the 1960s to escape the draft. After his tour in the U.S.A.F he attended the University of Wyoming and after one and a half years in 1968, he moved to Alberta, Canada. Mr. Newkirk attended and graduated from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, with a degree in history and philosophy. Soon afterward, Mr. Newkirk embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights. For seventeen years he served extensively in this field working for federal, provincial and territorial human rights commissions. He worked in the areas of: Native rights, as executive director of the Yukon Human Rights Commission; labour relations, as the Assistant Director of the Human Rights Branch of the Ministry of Labour in British Columbia; as Western Regional Director of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Vancouver; and family violence prevention as the Executive Director of the B.C. Institute on Family Violence. He is also a volunteer with the Regina Restorative Measures Program, All Nations Hope AIDS Network, SaskCulture Inc., Lumsden Lions' Club and a number of other community-based organizations. Currently, Mr. Newkirk runs his own consulting company, Parity Consulting, in Lumsden, Saskatchewan where one of his chief activities is the spearheading of the very successful Institute for Healing Racism workshops with colleague, journalist and educator Nathan Rutstein. After 4 years refining the process of the Institute, Mr. Newkirk and Mr. Rutstein co-authored a guide to this process, "Racial Healing: The Institutes for the Healing of Racism". Mr. Newkirk is considered to be among Canada's top human rights and race relation experts. Because of his ability to handle challenging issues with sensitivity, care and humor, Mr. Newkirk is sought after as a public motivational and inspirational speaker by many different organizations, businesses and groups.


www.teslontario.org [cached]

SPEAKER: Reginald Newkirk Reginald NewkirkLike many of our students, Mr. Newkirk chose Canada as his home, moved to Alberta from the United States in 1968 and became a citizen three years later.After graduation from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, with a degree in history and philosophy, Mr. Newkirk embarked on a career devoted to the protection of human rights.For fifteen years he served extensively in this field with the federal, provincial and territorial Human Rights Commissions.He worked in the areas of Native rights, as executive director of the Yukon Human Rights Commission, labour relations, as the Assistant Director of the Human Rights Branch of the Ministry of Labour in British Columbia, as Western Regional Director of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Vancouver and family violence prevention, as the Executive Director of the B.C. Institute on Family Violence.Furthermore, Mr. Newkirk has helped develop policies related to promoting racial harmony with the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.Currently, Mr. Newkirk runs his own consulting company, Parity Consulting, in Lumsden, Saskatchewan where one of his chief activities is the spearheading of the very successful Healing Racism workshops with colleague, journalist and educator Nathan Rutstein.After 4 years developing the processes of the Institute, Mr. Newkirk and Mr. Rutstein co-authored a guide to this process "Racial Healing: The Institutes for the Healing of Racism".Mr. Newkirk is a skilled trainer and group facilitator and he is considered to be among Canada's top human rights and race relation experts.Because of his ability to handle challenging issues with sensitivity, care and humour, Mr. Newkirk is sought after as a public and motivational speaker by many different organizations, businesses and groups. Bridges to the Future"Values and Integrity in Organizations: On Creating a High Performance Non-Profit/ Civil Society Organization"ByReginald Newkirk


bahaiteachings.org [cached]

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