WHAT'S NEW?

National Aboriginal Day

June 21st is National Aboriginal Day. There are a number of events taking place in the city. Find out more on our Newsletter page.

City of Toronto’s National Aboriginal Day and The Indigenous Arts Festival

The Indigenous Arts Festival celebrates the very best in Indigenous and Métis culture. Find out details about the Indigenous Arts Festival.

Na-Me-Res Traditional Pow Wow

The Na-Me-Res Traditional Pow Wow is a community festival to recognize National Aboriginal Day. See more info about the Traditional Pow Wow.

Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT) – Aboriginal History Month Celebration

The NCCT’s 8th Annual Aboriginal History Month Celebration features entertainers, Kid’s Arts & Crafts Tent, craft vendors exhibiting and selling their wares and Indigenous agencies showcasing what they are doing in the community. Read more about the NCCT event.

Water is Life Benefit Concert

Water is Life, a benefit concert in support of the 2017 For the Earth and Water Walk & Picking Up the Bundles Canoe Journey AND the Onaman Collective’s Culture Camp Forever. See full details about the benefit concert.

U of T Pride Flag Raising Ceremony

On June 1st , join members of the U of T community for the official raising of the Pride Flag at U of T. See the newsletter for more details.

U of T Pride Pub

Join the 2017 U of T Pride Pub for some drinks, an outdoor BBQ, a community fair and tons of activities. Details about the Pride Pub are available on our Newsletter page.

The University of Toronto’s First Annual Black Graduation

The University of Toronto’s First Annual Black Graduation is the first of its kind in Canada. Find out more about the First Annual Black Graduation.

What’s Anti-Racism Good for Now?

Nana Frimpong

Nana Frimpong advances anti-racism…
by raising awareness in racialized and Indigenous communities in an effort to create equitable and anti-oppressive spaces for all students
- Nana Frimpong, Undergraduate Student Coordinator, Racialized Student Collective Volunteer & Research Assistant, Equity & Diversity Office University of Toronto Scarborough

Learn more about Nana Frimpong

Dawn Maracle

Dawn Maracle advances anti-racism…
by creating representative diversity / visual culture throughout U of T, so that Indigenous and other underrepresented students can see themselves reflected back in the spaces on our campuses.
- Dawn Maracle, Program Coordinator, Office of Indigenous Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Learn more about Dawn Maracle

Kimberley Tull

Kimberley Tull advances anti-racism…
by raising awareness and understanding about the barriers of access to post-secondary institutions and helping to bring attention to racial dynamics and inequities that can manifest in community partnerships with the University.
-Kimberley Tull

Learn more about Kimberley Tull