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An ADBCC Literary Salon with Samantha Irby

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Samantha Irby joins ADBCC on the Literary Salon to talk her blog, Bitches Gotta Eat, and best-selling novels and essay collections, we are never meeting in real life. Samantha IrbySamantha McKiver Irby is an American comedian, author, and blogger. She runs the blog bitches gotta eat, where she writes posts about her…

The People’s Podcast and Black Music Month

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Join us with Toronto Hip-Hop trailblazers Thando Hyman and Motion as we celebrate Black Music Month and discuss the role of Black music in today's society and revolutionary change. This event is part of our live painting series. Joining Thando and Motion is artist, Nicole Alexander, an extraordinary painter based…

The People’s Podcast and Juneteenth

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A Different Booklist Cultural Centre in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada - Atlanta, in recognizing Juneteenth!Join us with guests OCADU Dean, Dori Tunstall, Canadian broadcasting legend, Rita Deverell, Producer of Willie and the first minority NHL executive, Bryant McBride, and the Curator of Education at Spelman College…

Kid Lit 4 Black Lives Canada

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Kid Lit 4 Black Lives comes to Canada! Join some of our nation's greatest authors including the award-winning Nadia Hohn, educator and author of A Likkle Miss Lou. Tune in with the whole family for live readings and more! Register Our Host Nadia L. Hohn is a dynamic "story lady"…

The People’s Podcast with Jamea Zuberi

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Join us with educator, Jamea Zuberi, as we talk Carnival, Blockorama and how Black communities can support queer and trans communities. Blockorama was aurated and organized by the community collective Blackness Yes!, Blockorama showcases Black queer and trans history, creativity and resistance. Blackness Yes! has cultivated a space where…

The People’s Podcast with Haze Schepmyer

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The People's Podcast is extremely excited to welcome Haze Schepmyer to join us in conversation. Check out some words from Haze below, and tune in on Wednesday June 24th at noon for our interview!---“If you express your intentions, the realization of those intentions will follow. Letting other people know…

An ADBCC Literary Salon with d’bi.young anitafrika

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Joining Neil Armstrong is d'bi.young anitafrika, a Decolonial Scholar, who is engaging with us in discussion of how COVID-19 and protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality affect art, and upcoming publications including part 2 of the Dubbin Monondrama Anthology: Black Feminisms in African Diaspora Theatre.d’bi.young anitafrika d’bi.young anitafrika…

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