Olivia Chow
Olivia Chow
04/21/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
I am inspired by the work my students did during the course I just finished teaching at Ryerson University. We wrapped up with a hugely successful showcase of their organizing projects this week.

What's even better is that I will be teaching this course again in September! You can sign up to learn when registration opens at
I am inspired by the work my students did during the course
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John Parry
Today is Equality Day. Watch this video of Alana and let me know if it is gender discrimination when a childcare worker and educator cannot afford to be a mother. Alana told her story during the Institute for Change Leaders training to Ontario Childcare workers. To get a feel of what and how we train, come to our Organizer's Open House open house this Wednesday, April 19, 6-9 pm at Ryerson...
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My students are so excited about they organizing journey we've been through these last 12 weeks that they are having an Organizer's Open House. Next Wednesday April 19 at 6pm, you can come and get inspired by their organizing endeavours!

They'll have free food and many opportunities for you to meet like-minded organizers and recruit volunteers.
My students are so excited about they organizing journey weve been through
Thank you to the special guests who attended my birthday last week!
Olivia Chow
Carole-Ann Larose
Jezebel Bardot
Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate my birthday last weekend. And thank you Mike Layton and Joe Cressy for your kind words. You can follow my current work at
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Marit Stiles
Thinking about my friend Zanana Akande today on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. And remembering her story at CanRoots, about her parents warning her brother about racial profiling and carding by the police, and feeling her anger as she hears her grandson recieve the same warnings today.
Thinking about my friend Zanana Akande today on the International Day for
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On #InternationalWomensDay, it is important to work to end the gender wage gap. Last weekend, the Institute for Change Leaders and I trained 30+ child care workers. Because of their low wages, many of these workers can't afford to be a mom, and 25% of child care workers earn less than $15 an hour. To continue the fight for child care on #IWD, follow the Association of Early Childhood...
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For 20 years, my mother worked at a downtown Toronto hotel. She won battles against discrimination because she was represented by a union, UNITE HERE. United we have the power to make change. One Movement. One Fight.
Darlene Dimock
Looking for ways to challenge Trump's message of hate and support Muslim communities? Join me at the CanRoots conference this Friday and Saturday at the Toronto Reference Library! Register at
Looking for ways to challenge Trumps message of hate and support Muslim
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Confronting anti-black racism is challenging, and has inspired some of the most profound organizing Toronto has seen in recent years.

That's why CanRoots Day 2 Keynote will feature Sandy Hudson, Desmond Cole, Zanana Akande, Anna Willats, and Howard Morton as they discuss the work that has been done around police accountability, and the work we have left to do. Because Black Lives Matter....
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Confronting antiblack racism is challenging and has inspired some of the most
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To all those who participated or witnessed the solidarity march,

We are in transition and are pushing hard for a new progressive order waiting to be born. Watch this video to witness the power of Ganz "Public Narrative" to deliver a message of hope.

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Today will be challenging for many people. So tag an organizer you love and tell them how much they matter to you.
Today will be challenging for many people So tag an organizer you
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Sara Fromstein-McLaughlin
Space is running out for the Ryerson course I am teaching this semester! You will learn practical skills to transform your passion about your community into meaningful change. And you do not have to be a current Ryerson student to enroll. Learn more at ww.changeleaders.ca/register
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Quick, how did Donald Trump get to be the president when another party received more votes? Here is the perfect quiz to do over the holiday season with your family and friends.
Quick how did Donald Trump get to be the president when another

What if the Liberal government's electoral reform quiz was biased towards reality?

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Cathy Kelemen
Ellaine Brown
Josh Vanderstelt
Stuart Kinnear
Rick Lehmann
What do grandmothers from coast to coast to coast have in common with those from Uganda and Zimbabwe? Check out these flash mobs!
What do grandmothers from coast to coast to coast have in common

EXTRAORDINARY ACT OF LOVE

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This weekend I trained 200 community members on how to recruit their friends and lobby their MPPs for the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL)'s #MakeItFair campaign! You can help win decent work for all by visiting

Additional thanks are due to the Fight for $15 & Fairness and Brampton Action Committee for making this training such a huge success.
This weekend I trained 200 community members on how to recruit their
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Standing Rock is winning. Indigenous Water Protectors show the power of non-violent grassroots organizing and spiritual resistance. Blessings to all those involved.

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