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Living On Purpose

#157 ~ The Abundance Project

April 10, 2009
| Jo Dunning is inspired to create a flow of abundance that will travel around the world on April 15, 2009.
Length: 51:47
Living On Purpose

# 156 ~ National Letting Go of Stuff Day

March 25, 2009
| Darren Johnson is the founder of this new officially recognized day to let go of stuff!
Length: 21:23
Healing the Earth

Developing Community Responses to Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence, part 2

February 23, 2009
| Galya and Erin talk about community responses to sexual assault, crisis support, harm reduction strategies, and supporting survivors in ways that are empowering and appropriate.
Length: 29:27
Healing the Earth

Developing Community Responses to Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence, part 1

February 17, 2009
| Galya and Erin talk about community responses to sexual assault, crisis support, harm reduction strategies, and supporting survivors in ways that are empowering and appropriate.
Length: 26:40

Portraits of poverty

Hope in Shadows: Stories and Photographs of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

by Brad Cran and Gillian Jerome
(Arsenal Pulp Press and Pivot Legal Society,
2008;
$19.95)

Street Stories: 100 Years of Homelessness in Vancouver by Michael Barnholden and Nancy Newman with photographs by Lindsay Mearns (Anvil Press, 2007; $20.00)

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On being Muslim

Belonging and Banishment: Being Muslim in Canada

by Natasha Bakht, ed.
(TSAR Publications,
2008;
$25.95)
The past seven years have not been kind to the Muslim identity. Post 9/11, society's views on Muslims have changed substantially. In this new world - shaped by the horrific images of the collapsing twin towers - identifying yourself as Muslim is a hefty confession.

It's often met by a raised eyebrow and perhaps a soft exhale. Then comes the barrage of questions and observations, subtly revealing society's myths about Muslims. Why don't you wear a veil? You don't seem to be a typical Muslim woman. You were born Muslim - but you're not practicing right?

As the surprise slowly wears off, out comes the curiosity. What's it like to be Muslim in Canada?

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Pivot Legal Society

podcast #32 - Jean Swanson: What Downtown Eastsiders want

December 10, 2008
| James Ash talks with Jean Swanson about the project to map the people of the Downtown Eastside.
Length: 12:16
CitizenShift

76 - Roots of Grass: An (Incomplete) History of Alternative Media in Quebec

November 26, 2008
| To mark Media Democracy Day 2008, Anna Leventhal reflects on how we view independent media of the past, and build upon it for the future.
Length: 28:11

Toronto Mad Pride Week 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016 - 9:00am - Sunday, July 17, 2016 - 1:00pm

Location

Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W

Toronto Mad Pride Week returns July 11th-17th, 2016

Toronto Mad Pride Week is an arts, culture and community festival created to celebrate, empower and build community. We are working not only to end stigma and oppression that people living with mental illness face, but to show our strength and enjoyment of life

This year we have a diverse lineup of activities, discussions, and ‘mad’ festivities. Included among these are: 

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