Oppression

Pink Dot TO 2016 - Chinatown Pride March / Celebrating Asian LGBTQ

Join us and many others as we march and chant for Love, Freedom, and Support through Chinatown. Love and support can stretch across
Generations, and we want to showcase that connection through our event.
 

Toronto Police Accountability Bulletin No. 96, April 28, 2016.

This Bulletin is published by the Toronto Police Accountability Coalition (TPAC), a group of individuals and organizations in Toronto interested in police policies and procedures, and in making police more accountable to the community they are committed to serving. Our website is http://www.tpac.ca
 
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In this issue:
1. G20 class action suit proceeds
2. Trusting police officers to tell the truth
3. New carding regulation
4. Tasers back on the Toronto agenda
5. Police Pay

African Canadian Legal Clinic - Spring Knowledge of Self Programming Flyers

Please find attached the flyers and registration form for our upcoming Spring Knowledge of Self (KOS) Life Lessons (Anger Management) and Rites of Passage Programs.

 

Thank you.

 

Ms. C. J. Grant (MSW)

Program Director

African Canadian Youth Justice Program

African Canadian Legal Clinic

250 Dundas Street, West, Suite 402

Toronto On, M5T-2Z5

A One Day Healing & Wellness Retreat For The Afrikan Canadian Community Worker

Date(s): 
Sat, 05/14/2016 - 09:30

Experiencing Stress? Burn Out? Frustrated? Dealing With Issues Like Anti-Black Racism in the Workplace? Hard Time Coping? 

This Retreat Is for You!

"I have come to believe that caring for myself is not self-indulgent. Caring for myself is an act of survival. " Audre Lorde

OUR MAD SELVES NEW CYCLE

Our Mad Selves is starting its last cycle for the year! Please share with folks who you think would be interested, its a pretty special group!!

https://www.facebook.com/events/817604805051068/

*Our Mad Selves (OMS): queer and trans youth exploring our mental health*
OMS is a ten week group for youth (29&under) living with or affected by experiences often diagnosed and labeled as psychiatric conditions. A space to explore identity, share experience and build community.

Reminder: Youth Justice Network Meeting at the Jane Finch Employment Source, April 26th 3pm - 5pm, Agenda attached

Hello Youth Justice Network,

 

Hope everyone is doing well! 

 

Attached is the agenda for the next upcoming Youth Justice Network meeting taking place on Tuesday April 26, 2016 at the Jane Finch Employment Source in the Jane Finch Mall from 3pm – 5pm.  Please note that there is full agenda so I encourage everyone to arrive promptly at 3pm for the start of the meeting.

 

I look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting next week, enjoy the rest of your day!

 

Orville

Andrew Loku Coroner's Inquest Called

Andrew Loku Coroner's Inquest Called

As a result of pressure from many stakeholders, the Coroner's Office has indeed called for an inquest into the police shooting of Andrew Loku.  Here are a couple of news stories, and refer you to the Toronto Star
which has been featuring the SIU in the last week:

Andrew Loku Coroner Inquest's Decison Was Influenced by Protests

We remember, We resist - No More Deaths! No More Detentions!

WHEN: April 22, 2016  -  1:30pm
WHERE: Federal Liberal HQ (10 St Mary Street - Yonge & Charles)

Join us on Friday, April 22 at 1:30pm at 10 St Mary Street (Yonge & Charles) for a demonstration of rage, music, art, grief, and remembrance, and with a message loud and clear to the Liberal Government. Immigration detention is indefinite, unjust, and deadly.  It must end.

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