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Ms. Anita Bromberg

Member, Cabinet of Canadians

Ms. Anita Bromberg Anita Bromberg is a lawyer by profession, and a member of the Ontario bar. She is a frequent spokesperson, lecturer, trainer and media representative on topical issues of the day, particularly as they relate to racialized communities. A court recognized expert on racism and extremism, she has also instituted and participated in numerous intercultural outreach and educational initiatives.

Anita is presently the Executive Director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, a Canadian Crown Agency dedicated to eliminating racism and maintaining harmonious relations across diverse communities. Previously, she was the National Director of Legal Affairs for the Jewish advocacy group B'nai Brith Canada and human rights coordinator for their League of Human Rights where she oversaw the legal initiatives of the organization’s advocacy efforts and was responsible for the operation of the organization's Anti-Hate Hotline and its annual report on racism. 

Anita Bromberg joins the cabinet in an advisory capacity bringing more than three decades of experience in interfaith and inter-community relationship building. Anita is also an advisor for The Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize for Faith and Writing.