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Street Nurse Roxie Danielson RN speaking at vigil for Toronto homelsss woman struck and killed by garbage truck in the early hours while sleeping in a grid in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Three people without homes and living … Continue reading
Whenever… we take it upon ourselves to decide for another what they need we take away their power to decide for themselves. We reduce the space in which they can be human. We reduce the space in which they can … Continue reading
I’m the hole in your heart I’m the stain in your bed The phantom in your fingers The voices in your head I’m the ghost in your house Calling your name My memory lingers You’ll never be the same I’m … Continue reading
Toronto Hearing Voices cafe is based in very simple premise: that we can meet and talk about difficult human experiences in ordinary language and in ordinary places, so we do. Join us for a different kind of conversation about what … Continue reading
Posted on July 24, 2017 by Kevin Healey Version first published in ISPS-US Blog, July 2017 by Kevin Healey I live in Toronto a city where, more than other places I’ve lived in or visited, it is easier to see what “diversity” means, … Continue reading
So good we asked her to sing it twice, so we could capture this… Alex Arena singing self-penned “Ambience” at MADx.
Santa baby’s Origins story.
Episode from Global News’ series Living In Colour. How a person’s “mental health” can be impacted by cultural expectations, stereotypes and discrimination. Host Farah Nasser speaks with four people of colour, including Uppala Chandraesekera, Munira Abukar, Asante Haughton and David … Continue reading