HONOURING RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVORS AND THE RESTORATION OF IDENTITY AT THE IRSS LEGACY CELEBRATION
For a few special days in October, Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square was transformed with the sound of traditional drumming, singing, and dancing and a colourful display of teepees and an Indigenous Artisans’ marketplace. And at the centre of it all was the life size replica of a turtle sculpture, designed by Anishinaabe artist Solomon King, which was unveiled for the launch of the (IRSS) Indian Residential School Survivors’ healing garden.
I AM NOT INVISIBLE: PRISONER RIGHTS ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN LAUNCH EVENT – INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS HARRIS
In this interview with Righting Relations member Chris Harris, we discuss “I Am Not Invisible”: an upcoming prisoner rights campaign launch event with Parkdale Community Legal Services in Toronto Aug 30, 2018 in Toronto, and the re-launch of the Black Inmates and Families Association, Toronto Chapter.
BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: FACILITATION DECOLONIZATION
Lubna Khalid was born and raised in Pakistan. She moved to Toronto in the year 2000. She holds a Master’s degree in Physiology from University of Karachi, Pakistan. She is also a member of Ontario Society of Medical Technologists. Since she moved to Toronto, she has been an active member of her community working with immigrant women from South Asia.