La Fondation Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Published on Apr 8, 2019

After visiting every Canadian province & territory to discuss Inclusive Excellence and Engaged Leadership with over 400 participants, the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation has wrapped up an incredible pan-Canadian tour. Here are some highlights from the Toronto Future Forums.

Après avoir visité toutes les provinces et territoires pour discuter d'excellence inclusive & de leadership engagé avec plus de 400 participant.e.s, la Fondation Pierre Elliott Trudeau a conclu une incroyable tournée pancanadienne. Voici quelques faits saillants des Forums du futur à Toronto.

My comments appear at 1:31.

The Studio for Media Activism

Published on Jan 15, 2019

On October 30, 2018, The Studio for Media Activism and Critical Thought hosted the first of its 2018/2019 Speaker Series. This year's theme, Designing Democracy: Media Resistance in a Dystopian World, is in response to the recent Ontario elections and the policy changes set forth by the Ontario PC government that have had a negative affect on Ontarians. #NotMyPremier: Media Activism in Ford’s Ontario featured Cheryl Thompson (Assistant Professor of Creative Industries at Ryerson University and author of Beauty In A Box: Detangling The Roots Of Canada's Black Beauty Culture, March 2019), Jessie Golem (photographer and creator of Humans of Basic Income), Shelagh Pizey-Allen (executive director of TTC Riders), and claude wittmann (Toronto performance artist and activist involved in MINIMAL ACTION), who shared their own experiences of media activism.

My lecture appears at 9:47 to 30:50.

Campbell House Museum

Published on Aug 24, 2018

Storytelling brings life to collective beliefs, ideas, knowledge and values; it connects people, inspiring them to recall aspects of their history and to see different perspectives. Our stories provide an intangible link to the past which continues to shape our communities today. Toronto is a city with many stories – capturing the complete story of this city is an exciting challenge. In this discussion we hope to explore how the narrative of Toronto’s story changes when different voices add their stories. How can we use different understandings to broaden our interpretation of this city to tell a richer, more complex story? How can we bring multiple stories from communities together in a way that invites everyone to learn? Moderator: Cheryl Thompson Panelists: Maggie Hutcheson, John Lorinc

Ce colloque, organisé par le projet Montréal, plaque tournante des échanges : histoire, patrimoine, devenir et le Musée McCord, s’est tenu à Montréal les 7, 8 et 9 novembre 2013.

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