Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie (Scarborough-Rouge Park), Chair of the Infrastructure and Environment Committee, Councillor Shelley Carroll (Don Valley North), Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee and Councillor Ausma Malik (Spadina-Fort York) will be joined by Aasiyah Khan from the National Council of Canadian Muslims to unveil the newest Toronto For All campaign. In its 13th year, the Toronto For All campaign aims to raise awareness about the realities of Islamophobia present in our community today to help remind Torontonians that acceptance comes without exceptions.
Date: Monday, July 10
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Theatre Stage, Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W.
The goal of the Toronto For All public education initiative is to generate a dialogue among Toronto residents to create a city that says no to all forms of discrimination and racism. Previous campaigns have focused on anti-East Asian racism, anti-Black racism, ageism and antisemitism.
Information and resources about Islamophobia are available on the Toronto For All campaign webpage.
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