Toronto ALPHA and Toronto Article 9 invite youth to take part in an ongoing platform for inter-community dialogue based on a shared understanding of our common humanity and commitment to social justice.
Engage with Jasmine Wong from Facing History and Ourselves and Sheena Resplandor from Harmony Movement to use art as a tool for unearthing history and moving towards social justice. This will be followed by a live play performance of Diana Tso's Red Snow, a new Canadian play inspired by survivors of the 1937 Nanjing Holocaust.
$15 includes show and lunch
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