da mic is on.
As the world comes to terms with systemic racism and increasing calls for major change at all levels of society, Harbourfront Centre is proud to present da mic is on, curated and hosted by Trey Anthony @blackgirlinlove and Ashley McKenzie-Barnes @ashleymckenziebarnes.
Starting June 30, with Pride + Activism: Lessons in Love Part 1
Tuesday, June 30
7:30 pm–8:30 pm
A digital dialogue hosted by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes with six Queer Black Women on the successes and mishaps of relationships.
The candid conversation will uncover the makings of a gay marriage between two Caribbean women, the concerns of being a single black mother, and the responsibilities of being a queer public figure.
Award-Winning Playwright, TV Producer and Author, Trey Anthony @blackgirlinlove
MPP, Dr. Jill Andrew @jillslastword and Freelance TV Producer, Aisha Fairclough @fatinthecity
Coach and Speaker, Raia Carey @coach.carey
Director, Cazhhmere @cazhblanche
Jamaican-born couple, currently residing in Atlanta, GA, Marolyn Gentles @throughlucyzeyes and Ann Lewis
Register for free: https://harbourfront.live/event/pride-activism-1/
da mic is on is a free online series of panels, comedy, spoken word and art focused on the Black experience, including discussions of love and pride, the use of new and emerging platforms in activism, and what it means to be Black and/or a person of colour in these times.