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Brandon Hay, Founder of The Black Daddies Club

“The Journey to Black Liberation Symposium is a follow-up as learnings from the Black Love Matters 2017 Un-Conference at York University, co-developed by the Black Daddies Club, and an extension of the idea of cross-border conversations and community-building within Black communities globally dealing with various forms of oppression that affect our communities. The focus of the JTBL symposium is not to just bear witness to the oppression and injustice, but it is to create a cross-borders network of Black activists, academics and other stakeholders looking at sharing ideas, strategizing, educating each other and community-building in efforts to achieve Black liberation globally.” – Brandon Hay (2017), Founder of The Black Daddies Club

Opening Reception - Journey to Black Liberation Symposium


Everyone: FREE
Cash bar
Please note space is limited.

Friday, February 9, 2018
Marilyn Brewer Community Space
235 Queens Quay West

Part of the Journey to Black Liberation Symposium.

Join us for the opening of the Journey to Black Liberation Symposium, and photography exhibit, I Am For You Can Enjoy. This is the first exhibit of this work outside the UK, and will also feature images from a new work-in-progress, Fierce Toronto.

Curator Brandon Hay, Founder of The Black Daddies Club, UK-based photographers Ajamu and Khalil West, and Harbourfront Centre, will provide opening remarks.

Immediately following the reception, join Michael Roberson Maasai Milan for his lecture The Trans Sounds of Liberation.

In partnership with
The Black Daddies Club

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