Libby Davies' political autobiography includes not only the decisions of political elites but also the role of activists and social movements in their struggle against larger structural forces.
Arts & Culture
Fall has descended and it's time to cocoon with a good movie. Luckily, the 11th annual Art Gallery of Hamilton Film Festival gets underway this week.
Oct 15, 2019 to Oct 20, 2019
Celebrating 20 years, Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival will present 50+ films including a free Family Shorts Program and the annual Fest Forum with expert panels.
Nov 5, 2019
Glad Day Bookshop
499 Church StreetToronto
Rowers Reading Series is a monthly literary reading series showcasing the finest poetry, fiction, non-fiction and select emerging writers.
The "Facts are Free" campaign brings the urgency of climate change to campus and community airwaves during the lead up to the election. And, we hear how Future Majority is reaching young voters.
Oct 18, 2019
60 Lowther AvenueToronto , ON
Book launch of Suzanne Berliner Weiss’ powerful memoir about surviving Nazi-occupied France as a child and going on to become a lifelong activist for social & environmental justice.
Campaign soundbites don't always capture the bigger issues at play in an election. We've rounded up six books that dive deeper into major issues in the 2019 federal campaign.
Oct 29, 2019
292 Brunswick AvenueToronto , ON
Toronto's most diverse & brave poetry reading & open mic sereis
Humberto da Silva
"Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger" reminds us of the battles that continue to be fought by Indigenous communities to assure a future for their children.
The writer and performer speaks with Alexandra Valahu about her new book, "I Hope We Choose Love."