Three forums responding to Liza Balkan's Out the Window
. Three essential conversations, grounded in the lived experiences of Torontonians that are relevant far beyond the city's limits. Join us to learn what's really going on and how we can be catalysts for change, together.
Despite Toronto's global reputation as a multi-cultural metropolis, many members of our community regularly face oppression and violence. Racial profiling and police brutality are just two of the issues that some people face while others look away. Since its founding in 2014 following the killing of Jermaine Carby, Black Lives Matter Toronto has worked to dismantle all forms of oppression committed against African, Caribbean, and Black cis, queer, trans and disabled populations in the city. Sandra Hudson, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, curates this forum to offer perspectives on where we are and what's next for us as a city, and how we can all play a role in shifting the culture.
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