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Monday, October 6, 2014



 Monday October 6, 2014-6:30pm-9pm-Inconvienent Indians: Reflecting on the Past in Canada's Future with Thomas King
Inconvenient Indians”: Reflecting on the past in Canada’s Future
Opening Lecture by Dr. Thomas King

Monday October 6 evening
Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm
Location: TRS-1067 (55 Dundas Street West)

Moderated by:
Hayden King, Director of the Centre for Indigenous Governance & Assistant Professor of Politics, Ryerson

Closing Remarks by:
Dr. Cyndi Baskin, Chair, Aboriginal Education Council, Ryerson

ASL interpretation provided.

For more information on Social Justice Week 2014: A Different World Is Possible:

A week of events, keynote speakers, art exhibits, actions and cultural events to transform Ryerson into a hub of social justice and solidarity in Toronto.

Twitter: @RyeGindinChair

Wednesday October 8, 2014-7pm-9pm From Ferguson to Toronto: Examining Race, politics and Scholarship with Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry -Mandela EDI Social Justice Annual Lecture
From Ferguson to Toronto: Race, Politics, and Scholarship

A Public Lecture by Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry
Tuesday October 8
7 to 9 pm
TRSM 1067 (55 Dundas Street West)

October 9, 2014-7-9pm Gender & The City: A Mayoral Debate @ YWCA Toronto, 87 Elm Street On October 9th, Toronto's leading mayoral candidates will convene for Gender and the City, a live debate hosted at YWCA Toronto’s Elm Centre and moderated by award-winning journalist Denise Balkissoon.

Candidates will field questions about how their positions on issues ranging from affordable housing to safety and city planning will impact the lives of women and transgender people in Toronto. Olivia Chow and John Tory have confirmed their participation. Doug Ford received an invitation shortly after declaring his candidacy.

The event will provide a unique opportunity for candidates and residents alike to reflect on the gendered implications of city issues. The debate is co-organized by Toronto Women's City Alliance, YWCA Toronto, North York Women's Centre (NYWC), METRAC, Women in Toronto Politics and the Toronto & York Region Labour Council Women’s Committee.

ASL interpretation and live note-taking will be provided, and child-minding will be available on site. The venue is accessible for those with mobility devices.

Wednesday October 15, 2014- Bold As Love co presents: Kinnie Star (CD release) , Janet Panic and d'bi young!


BOLD AS LOVE is a new music series curated and dedicated to supporting and uniting POC and Indigenous Artists on the same stage! Everyone is welcome!

This first show is in collaboration with Kinnie Star's Cd release and national tour featuring Janet Panic and the amazing d'bi young!


Tickets at the Door! PRICE TBA!

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