Bereavement/Grief

The Ferguson Verdict: Toronto Poet Dwayne Morgan Responds

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In the spirit of culturally relevant pedagogy I'm sharing the following poem as a tool for critical dialogue with your students. Please ensure the content is age appropriate before sharing and consider what pre and post activities, as well as other learning tools, could make the recent events in Ferguson part of a powerful learning opportunity in your classrooms. R.I.P. Michael Brown and the many other young, black males whose lives continue to be taken away from us.
- Ramon San Vicente

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Black Boys

Children's Grief Awareness Day

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Hello All,

November 20th is Children's Grief Awareness Day. The purpose of this day is to change the culture around children and grief by:

fostering an awareness of the experience of grieving children and youth, such as feeling isolated and "different" than peers

raising awareness of the important roll that support (both formal and informal) can play in influencing the emotional well-being of children and youth who are grieving

Come Out & Support Mother, & Survivors

Date(s): 
Sat, 12/06/2014 - 18:30

Inviting you to please come out and support Mothers, Families Friends, Colleagues and all those who have lost someone to gun violence and other losses.

Please share in a FREE dinner and time of Remembrance for our fallen youth across the GTA. We welcome Anyone...Everyone who has experienced ANY type of loss.

please see attached flyer for details

Trans Day Of Remembrance

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Thu, 11/20/2014 - 15:00

Transgender Day of Remembrance Flag Raising
Thursday, November 20 at 3:00pm
Toronto City Hall in Toronto, Ontario

20 November at 7:00 pm
The 519 Church Street Community Centre
519 Church Street, Toronto, Ontario M4Y2C9

Join us for this annual event which marks and commemorates those trans members of our communities who are no longer with us. This event serves as a memorial, a protest, an opportunity for reflection and a chance to see old friends and meet new ones.

FYOU GRIEF&LOSS Book Launch | FREE | Rich Kidd & JellyTooFly

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Sun, 11/23/2014 - 15:00

What: The F-You: The Forgiveness Project team releases second book in series on forgiveness. This book is on GRIEF, LOSS and ACCEPTANCE. 25 young authors told their stories of divorce, betrayal, death and more..finding peace in the process. More on our book here. This is YOUTH/FAMILY family. We love da kids!

FREE event. Even have cupcakes and catering.
Where: 87 Elm Street Auditorium (new, beautiful space!)
When: November 23rd. 3pm

Aboriginal sisters from Manitoulin Island release debut single “Drowning”

Aboriginal sisters from Manitoulin Island release debut single “Drowning” produced by Ashley Buchholz of USS
Coalition Music, TEMPO, and Wasse Abin High School collaborate to offer “The Music Business”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2UCzODuGqY&feature=youtu.be

5th Annual Interfaith Remembrance

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Sat, 12/06/2014 - 19:00

please see attached flyer for more details about this event organized by Out Of Bounds

F-You Project Book Launch: Grief, Loss, and Acceptance

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Sun, 11/23/2014 - 19:00

Peace all -

I'm beyond excited to announce the second FYOU: Forgiveness Project book is now on sale! The first book sold out so I do suggest grabbing this ASAP if you're wanting to own a copy.

Our book launch is Nov 23rd at 87 Elm Street.

We have major surprises and guests....if you were at the first launch, you know it was incredible.

Grief, Loss and Acceptance

Preparing Children for the Possibility of the Death of Someone Close to Them

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Thu, 11/27/2014 - 13:00

WEBINAR: Preparing Children for the Possibility of the Death of Someone Close to Them

1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. EST

Cost: $45

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