Starting at Queens Park (111 Wellesley Street West) and marching to the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson (99 Gerrard Street East) from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Please note: accessible washrooms are not available at Queen’s Park. Please see information on accessible washrooms on the route page. Why we’re Marching: To bring recognition of the struggles and value… Continue reading The 6th Annual Toronto Disability Pride March Saturday, September 24, 2016
All People, All Access: Living with Disabilities and D/deafness for a Barrier and Violence Free World 55 Gould St. Ryerson Student Centre Friday, September 16, 2016 Community Fair 4pm Community Dinner 5pm Rally 6pm March 8pm This event is TRANS INCLUSIVE. ASL interpretation provided – ASL Poster Tokens provided Attendant care provided Childcare provided For… Continue reading Take Back the Night Toronto 2016 – Sept 16th
Let’s make sure disabled voices are heard on this important issue! The following is a list of community consultations on electoral reform happening in the Toronto area, please find the consultation closest to you if you wish to attend. There are consultations happening across Canada. Please contact your MP for more information on these consultations.… Continue reading Toronto Area Community Consultations on Electoral Reform
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 4:00pm Please join us at Yonge and Bloor Station, Toronto, Ontario D!ONNE Renée is the organizer behind this event. If you have any questions, want to throw your virtual support behind her, or have comments, reach out to her via email or on Twitter at @OnElectionDay. Click to listen to audio… Continue reading Come out for TTC Accessibility for All!
Disability advocate Tim Rose is attempting to fly to Cleveland to deliver a presentation on the importance of accessibility. But, ironically, he can’t get there because a major airline is refusing to accommodate – or even brainstorm possible ways to meet – his needs. Although Air Canada is the only airline to fly there direct… Continue reading Air Canada Discriminates Against Wheelchair User
Above this post is a picture of a mountain. This is where I was lucky enough to spend my Canada day, with my family. I remember a weight lifting off my shoulders as I gazed at the sight, feeling comparatively small against this massive reminder of how the world is shaped. Sometimes changing the… Continue reading Mountains to Climb
My proposed line-up of disability-themed movies: A group of crip sisters sharing stories of their struggles through the years, and how their crip sisterhood helped them through it. Maybe those crip sisters are on a spaceship, as part of a rebellion. Two young disabled people from divided houses fall in love. In an act of… Continue reading Disabled People have better stories to tell