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Events June 2019 (Advocacy to activities Amber Graydon and beyond!)

The Big List of fun community events – compiled by Amber Graydon

  • over 40 pages of community events
  • daily, weekly. Free. Fun.

Housing and Justice Actions, events, consultations – compiled by Melissa Goldstein

  • housing action network, Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness, City of Toronto and more…

Highlights for June

June 13 – OCAP EXPROPRIATE 214-230 SHERBOURNE,

1pm-3pm | 230 Sherbourne St.
Rally at Dundas & Sherbourne, followed by march to city hall. Facebook Event | Lunch Provided

June 22 – Na-Me Res Traditional Pow Wow

  • Saturday June 22 Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd

Toronto Pride runs until June 30th and the Festival is the weekend of the 21-23.

Image Description: Toronto Pride Parade with a long wide rainbow flag that stretches over 40 metres.

Pride from above


Here is the link to the Glossy Pride Guide.

Na-Me Res Traditional Pow Wow

  • Saturday June 22 Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd

Also get ready for some Mad Pride events in July

Fred Victor and CRC Amalgamate

June 6, 2019 A Special Announcement to our partners, supporters and community members. Fred Victor Centre and the CRC announce…
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Right to Housing is the law (almost)

We still need to advocate and reach politicians to make sure they know that we have a Right to Housing…
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Image Andrea White in front of Waterford Hospital in Newfoundland

There’s a gap in our mental health services. I have an idea that can work

Andrea White and Mad Pride on the Rock have been working on an alternative to the usual mental health hospital/institutions.…
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Book Cover: a brown straight jacket with the text: Madness, Violence, and Power: A Critical CollectionEdited by Andrea Daley, Lucy Costa, and Peter Beresford

Madness, Violence, and Power: A Critical Collection

[Briefly: Violence and Power affect Mad people in complex ways from the ways we normally think about confinement, "treatment" to…
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