A 1967 conversation about "Black" as a concept, a medium, and a sociopolitical form of expression is the jumping-off point for the Bodies Borders Fields public symposium in Toronto.
Arts & Culture
Dec 3, 2019
Glad Day Bookshop
499 Church StreetToronto , ON
Rowers Reading Series is a monthly literary reading series showcasing the finest poetry, fiction, non-fiction and select emerging writers.
Talking Radical Radio
Burcu Emeç talks about the efforts of an artist-run centre to challenge systemic barriers in their own work and in the city.
The Toronto-based author speaks about stories of belonging, home, and the in-between in her debut collection.
Based on the novel by Caitlin Moran, the film "How To Build a Girl" is an irreverent coming-of-age comedy about being a girl.
Segal has woven the history of the Canadian debate about a basic income policy into a book that is part personal memoir, part political memoir, and part political history.
Nov 26, 2019
292 Brunswick AvenueToronto
We are celebrating the 7th year anniversary of Toronto’s most diverse & brave poetry reading and open mic series
Part of sports' appeal is that in it, merit is more or less rewarded, far more than in areas like business, health, or politics. But merit doesn't rule, and when you win, chance plays a part.
The Art Gallery of Hamilton Film Festival not only screened films from a wide variety of genres, but included powerful pieces and panels that gave insight into our world and how we treat others.
Feb 9, 2020
Toronto Reference Library
789 Yonge StToronto , ON
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