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On Saturday, September 22, 2018 we introduced a new day of programming on belonging, citizenship, and how we make sense of the world through stories.
All three programming stages will have ASL interpretation
provided by Silent Voice interpreters.
Discussions between distinguished authors
Presented by the Toronto Public Library, exploring critical issues of democracy, social media, and urbanism
Current events affecting Toronto and beyond
Explore artwork based on new books
Location: Harbourfront Centre Studio Theatre
12pm Lee Maracle + Daniel Heath Justice
1:30pm Sharon Bala + Catherine Hernandez
3pm Rachel Giese + Jamil Jivani
4:30pm Paul Vermeersch + Thea Lim
Location: Harbourfront Centre Brigantine Room
12:45pm Are we wired for democracy?
2pm How can we protect ourselves from Facebook?
3:15pm Are we building a Toronto for everyone
Location: Harbourfront Centre Lakeside Terrace
1pm Long road to justice: Bruce McArthur and Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community
2:30pm What’s so funny about war, hate, and misunderstanding?
4:15pm A Creature of the Province: Toronto in 2018
Location: Harbourfront Centre Garage Bays
Artist: Nurielle Stern
Artist: Erin Vincent
Artist: Ryan Phyper
Artist: Emily DiCarlo