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Beit Zatoun is a vibrant and new voice in the art and culture landscape of Toronto, giving a platform to local social justice and human rights communities.
Open house and fundraising concert featuring flavours and sounds of Beit Zatoun
February 20, 2013
Join the Beit Zatoun community for an evening of Middle Eastern sounds and flavours to go along with sharing and warm friendships.
International Festival of Poetry of Resistance
October 12, 2012
Saturday, Oct 13 from 3:30 to 5 pm featuring "As the Land is the Language: The Life of Mahmoud Darwish."
'Your life, OUR LIFE,' a day in the life of a sheltered youth, launching September 14
August 27, 2012
A photograph exhibit by the youth of Touchstone Youth Shelter. The photographs explore what it means to be homeless and seek to abolish the many stereotypes that come with being a homeless youth.
Algonquin resistance to assimilation: Barriere Lake speaks in Toronto
February 27, 2012
On March 6th come hear about the long-standing resistance of Mitchikanibikok Inik, the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, to forced assimilation and cultural extinction.
A rabbi advocates for solidarity and Palestinian human rights
January 27, 2012
Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb is working to create a community devoted to waging non-violence in a multi-faith, multi-racial and intergenerational context. She is speaking Saturday, January 28 in Toronto.
A colonial contagion: Indigenous arts of the Americas as literacy and history
November 14, 2011
Indigenous arts of the Americas from the last 500 years serves to illustrate that colonial, imperial, capitalist, and neo-liberal processes have acted as a type of "disease" among Indigenous peoples.
Social exclusion and the law: Newcomers experience of the justice system
September 7, 2011
What action is required urgently by social service agencies and policymakers to meet the needs of newcomer women?
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