Tomorrow, the City of Toronto will officially launch a new Toronto For All public education campaign that aims to bring awareness of the realities of antisemitism present in Toronto and to help to dispel the notion that antisemitism is ‘old news.’
Senior City representatives and members of the Community Advisory Committee will be in attendance and speak on the new campaign.
Media planning to attend are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 a.m. on Wednesday, September 7.
Date: Wednesday, September 7
Location: Theatre Stage, Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W.
This is the 12th Toronto For All campaign. The goal of the Toronto For All public education initiative is to generate a dialogue among Toronto residents in order to create a city that says “no” to all forms of discrimination and racism. Previous campaigns have focussed on anti-East Asian racism, anti-Black racism, ageism and Islamophobia.
Toronto For All campaigns can be found on the webpage.
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