Pride began as a protest; lets keep our voices heard!

Join speakers Tara Farahani, Akia Munga, and Christopher Karas in the G Building Commons, Room G101A on Humber's Lakeshore Campus as they discuss their experiences with community organizing and activism. Following the presentations, our speakers will help facilitate small group sessions as we identify and explore issues of concern to each of us, and imagine how we might organize to improve our lives, and our communities.

Space is limited for this free event, please reserve your spot today

ASL interpreter will be in attendance; light refreshments will be provided. 

More information on our wonderful guest speakers is available on our registration page!

Poster with portraits for speakers, Akia Munga, Tara Farahani, Christopher Karas. Graphic of person speaking into megaphone with word cloud: intersectionality, anti-oppression, challenge, human rights, radical, etc.
Centre for Entrepreneurship, Humber College
17 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
G Building Commons, Room G101A
Toronto, ON M8V4B6