Oppression

Mental health services for children and youth

Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression and Collaborative Leadership in Practice Learning Institute

This two-day learning event is a first in North America, bringing together innovative trainers and learners to examine intersectional anti-oppression practices within collaborative leadership processes.

Be the Boss 2016

Date(s): 
Fri, 08/12/2016 - 11:00

Come and celebrate International Youth Day! We are hosting an fun filled day centralized around entrepreneurship.

There will be different workshops for youth (13-19) to attend and learn more about the world of business while being able to win great prizes. 

Think you have what it takes to Be the Boss? Participants can register to participate in a pitch competition for top prizes of $200, $300 and $500 cash!!

The day will end with a party through our partnership with Freedom Fridayz after our Community BBQ!

Transportation and Food included!

People of Colour only support circle - Thurs July 21

Date(s): 
Thu, 07/21/2016 - 18:00

As some of you know, earlier this year I began something I am calling the Community Healers Project, which something I consider to be a legacy project coming out of my work over several years with Frontline Partners with Youth Network (see www.fpyn.ca for more info).

Girl Crush Presents: Conversations about Emotional Labour

Date(s): 
Wed, 07/20/2016 - 20:00

Girl Crush Presents: Conversations about Emotional Labour, Toronto

 

When: Wednesday, July 20, 2016, from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

Where: Tranzac Club - 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto

 

Islam and Blackness: Mapping Embodied Intersections - July 23

Date(s): 
Sat, 07/23/2016 - 19:00

A panel discussion exploring the intersections of Islam and Blackness, anti-blackness in Muslim identified spaces, the nuances of gender/sexuality in the embodied experiences of Black Muslims. Panelists: Rania El Mugammar, Lali Mohamed, and Rowa Mohamed 

REGISTER HERE

Saturday July 23rd 

7:00 PM

Recent Violence - What the City Can Do - Town Hall - July 18

Date(s): 
Mon, 07/18/2016 - 17:30

Hello,

As you may know, the City of Toronto has recently experienced a surge in gun violence and is currently on pace to breaking the gun deaths record of the year 2005 dubbed “The Year of the Gun”.  It has many wondering what measures must we take in order to stop gun crime, & how we can focus on the needs of (MVP) youth most vulnerable to serious violence & crime.

Zero Gun Violence Movement 3rd Anniversary Message and Video

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