Hear from four relentless advocates who have been using their voices to make incremental and monumental progress on some of the biggest challenges facing our society. We’ll ask about the steps we should be taking now to lay the foundation for the long-term systemic change we want to see in a new normal.
Liben Gebremikael, executive director, TAIBU Community Health Centre
Neethan Shan, executive director, Urban Alliance on Race Relations
Patti Pettigrew, founder and executive director, Woman Healing Lodge Society
Sarah Jama, co-founder, Disability Justice Network of Ontario
Seher Shafiq, active citizenship manager, North York Community House and managing editor, First Policy Response
Following the webinar, stick around for one of two informal discussions:
> Chat with fundholder Niya Bajaj about why she’s starting a giving circle on food security and how you might fund local initiatives together.
> You can also chat with Anishnawbe Health Toronto's Jane Harrison, who is the coordinator for the Mobile Healing Unit,. Intended to reach Indigenous People who are homeless during the pandemic, the mobile healthcare team is providing COVID-19 tests as well as primary healthcare, which include traditional Indigenous healing.