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Leslie on #Canada150


In this final instalment of our #Canada150 series, we spoke to Leslie VanEvery who is Cayuga and is originally from the Six Nations of the Grand River. As an Indigenous woman and a student leader at George Brown College, Leslie proposes ways that education can help mitigate the misconceptions and knowledge gaps about Indigenous peoples … Continued

Jordyn on #Canada150


We are continuing to expand the conversation on #Canada150 by centering the voices of racialized young people in Canada who are engaging in work on the ground to address barriers to inclusion. The third instalment of our #Canada150 series features Jordyn Monroe, prolific organizer, educator, activist and founder of Journeys InEquity. With over ten years of … Continued

Sanaa on #Canada150


With the peak of Canada 150 events behind us, we need to continue asking what voices we’re listening to as we build a more equitable future. In the second instalment of our #Canada150 series we spoke to Sanaa, a Muslim change leader and organizer in Toronto. Sanaa touched on what she saw was missing from … Continued