To celebrate its spirit of diversity and inclusion, Fleming College has installed a permanent rainbow crosswalk at its Sutherland Campus in Peterborough.
Fleming believes that both diversity and inclusion are pillars of global citizenship, equity and success for students and staff. Fleming’s promise is an inclusive community where students can Learn, Belong, Become, and the introduction of the rainbow crosswalk opens the door for an evolving culture of respect.
The newly installed permanent rainbow crosswalk.
On Friday, September 7th, Fleming College President Maureen Adamson, Vice-President Academic Tom Weegar, Mayor Daryl Bennett and members of the Fleming community will officially unveil the first permanent rainbow crosswalk at Fleming during a ribbon cutting.
The ribbon cutting ceremony takes place at 3:30 p.m. after the Knights Colour Fun Run at Sutherland Campus, (599 Brealey Drive).
The rainbow crosswalk is painted on the College’s main crosswalk, at the intersection of Fleming College Way and Groombridge Way, leading towards the Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre building.