ASL (American Sign Language) is just that, a language. Gaitrie Persaud-Dhunmoon shares a bit about the beautiful history of ASL and the d/Deaf and hard of hearing community.
Have a midweek check-in and join Robin in a guided meditation. Robin is a Toronto-based meditation instructor, yoga teacher, and reiki practitioner. Robin takes a modern and personal approach in his teachings, firmly believing wisdom and knowledge can be found across all cultures and human traditions.
Inter-religious dialogue in 2SLGBTQ+ Spaces explores the intersectional identity of being a 2SLGBTQ+ person with religious beliefs. How can we hold space and honour our identities without compromising our beliefs and traditions? What does it look like to be 2SLGBT2Q+ and religious?
Moderated by: Cheri DiNovo.
Panelists Include: Rev. Evan Swance-Smith (Urban Native Ministry), El-Farouk Khaki (Salaam: Queer Muslim Community), Jess Burke (CIJA), and Sardar. Jodh Singh (founder of the Queer Sikh Network).
For over a decade, Ali has successfully formed therapeutic relationships with individuals and couples assisting with stress, depression, anxiety, sexual orientation, sexual dysfunction, grief, and substance use. His person-centred approach helps you to find balance and the resilience to improve your ability to function better. He's a Registered Social Worker, with Master and Bachelor of Social Work degrees, and post-graduate certifications in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Therapy, Interpersonal Mediation, and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples, Trauma Counselling, and Motivational Interviewing.
Join us for our lunch and learn style anti-oppression and anti-racism workshops. This Week's Episode : Challenging Fatphobia - Workshop Hosted by Pride Toronto with guests from Body Confidence Canada
Pride Toronto’s Youth Conference serves as an opportunity for 2SLGBTQ+ youth to gather, and be equipped with the knowledge and actionable that they can take back to their schools to create change. Focuses at this conference will be on self-care in leadership, imagining a Queer future and building an anti-Racist society.
Kai Potts (he/him) is a Nakota Sioux Two-Spirit from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation in Treaty 6. He is a passionate advocate for indigenous youth and whose work focuses on Two-Spirit resurgence, mental health, and IndigiQueer identity. Join Kai Potts while they do his makeup and speak on their Two-Spirit identity.