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Virtual ProPride: Beyond Diversity Towards Dignity

While diversity changes who is in the room, dignity honours the full authentic self and allows equal participation in the discussion. This virtual panel discussion hosted by Pride at Work Canada will examine how we move from acknowledging diversity to affording all employees dignity in our workplaces. Bringing both business and community leaders to the discussion, attendees will learn about how to create a sense of belonging for LGBTQ2+ employees where they feel not only tolerated, but actively celebrated.

Drag Queen Storytime: Clarington Library

Social isolation is not going stop us from celebrating 2021 Pride! Youth Pride Durham, Toronto Drag Queen Storytime and Durham Children's Aid Society are partnering with all of the local libraries in Durham Region to present Virtual Drag Queen Story Time, featuring Lucy Flawless. Each library will present one story time, hosted as a Facebook Live event on the Toronto Drag Queen Storytime Facebook page.

Wellness Wednesdays

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Vicky Auf der Mauer is a proud Inuk from the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, turned Urban Inuk living on the land that we call Toronto. She is a former 5-star event manager for A-List celebs, and co-founder of the small restaurant business, Porchetta + Co., turned intuitive life, business, and money mindset coach, serving mainly Indigenous Women.

Weekly Activities

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Show off your queer trivia knowledge and learn exciting tidbits about queer history and contemporary queer culture. The theme is Pride Toronto History! We'll have lots of questions about the hottest pride parties, honoured guests, and the evolution of the event from a small picnic on Toronto Island to the world-class festival it is today.
Our online trivia events are just for fun – we don’t keep score and beginners are always welcome.
With celebrity guest Carole Pope! You don't want to miss this!

Human Rights Panels

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Age and Access: An Intergenerational Conversation with 2SLGBTQ+ Seniors. The 2SLGBTQ+ community often toils with visibility and access, but age adds another layer to this controversy. What sort of impact does ageism have on visibility and access across generations? This conversation explores the commonalities between youth and seniors as well as the compounded oppression and systemic barriers that 2SLGBTQ+ seniors experience in their struggle for visibility and access. Moderated by: Stephanie Jonsson
Panelists Include: Lezlie Lee Kam, Susan Gapka, Moka Dawkins and Brian Cope

Talk and Play! In Studio with…

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Your host Sydanie steps into the studio with some of Toronto’s hottest collectives. Learn their back story in an interview style show followed by a performance where they show you what they do best.

ON-FOOT Toronto “Gaybourhood” Music Tour

The ON-FOOT Toronto "Gaybourhood" Music Tour is a self-guided walking tour offered within the ON-FOOT Mobile App. Written by Denise Benson—acclaimed DJ, music journalist and author of Then & Now: Toronto Nightlife History—and directed by Garvia Bailey, formerly of JazzFM and the CBC, the tour will showcase some of the city’s most iconic 2SLGBTQ music venues and landmarks of past and present. These stories will be told through a podcast-style immersive experience that blends compelling audio narration with songs, archival images, concert memorabilia, and other artifacts, transporting users to key moments in the city’s rich 2SLGBTQ music history.

Writing with Pride and Joy with Trey Anthony

The Catalyst is hosting Trey Anthony in a vibrant talk & writing session for our FCAD community & friends who are LGBTQI2S+ and their allies

Trey Anthony is a famous, home-grown, award-winning playwright, speaker, comedian, producer, educator and new mom to her beautiful adopted baby boy, Kai. She is best known for her play turned television series Da Kink in My Hair. She most recently published the book Black Girl In Love (with Herself). A self help book to guide women to living their best damn lives. Trey is currently a Development Producer for CTV/Bell Media. And is a contributing writer for Huffington Post and a writer in residency at Soul Pepper Theatre. For more information please go to www.treyanthony.com or follow her @blackgirlinlove on social media.

This event is proudly supported by FCAD and Positive Space.

LGBTQ+ Strikes a Chord: Exploring a Brilliant Musical Legacy

We all know of the many famous recent LGBTQ+ classical composers (Bernstein, Copland, Benjamin Britten), but there's evidence that some of the most famous 18th & 19th century composers were gay (hint: Hallelujah!) Join Oakville Chamber Orchestra's Music Director Charles Demuynck and learn about these outstanding composers' lives and music.

Sex Talk

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Samantha Bitty is a sexual health/consent educator, speaker, quintuple fire sign and social change entrepreneur. With humour, empathy and liberation as central to her work, she uses games, drag, and media to push the boundaries of propriety and facilitate entry points into challenging conversations. samantha prioritizes art, aesthetics and accessibility to teach sex-ed that is rooted in pleasure, anti-racism, disability justice, and is affirming to folks across the gender/sexuality spectrum and survivors of GBV. She is a sober, Trini Aries, born in Scarborough, Ontario

Shifting The Narrative: Pride

Join DRIFF for an evening under the stars as we kick off our drive-in series Shifting the Narrative with a feature presentation of Yan England’s provocative psychological thriller 1:54.
Exploring what it means to fall outside the norm in the age of social media, 1:54 asks the question: what would you do to survive high school? Tim, a shy 16-year-old athlete with a natural gift for running, is coming to terms with his sexuality and the loss of his mother. After a personal video is posted to social media, Tim's private life is about to explode into the public eye.
Yan England has personally selected the short film Wanted: Strong Woman by up-and-coming Quebec director Marilyn Cooke to precede his feature presentation.
The Drive-in program will begin at dusk. Arrive early to claim a good parking spot. It will be held at 575 Rossland Rd E. Whitby: South parking lot behind the Town of Whitby
Municipal Building

Community One Foundation Rainbow Grants Community Celebration

Join us to celebrate our 2021 Rainbow Grant recipients.
Rainbow Grants provide funding to foster new and innovative services and programs that have a positive impact on the 2SLGBTTIQQ community in the GTA, in the areas of health and social sciences, arts and culture, research, education and advocacy.

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