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,

Left of Centre is a two-year artist incubation project which combines professional development, creative consulting, critical feedback, and seed funding to support the careers of emerging Black artists living within Toronto or the GTA.⁣We know that Black artists are more likely to be self-taught, less likely to receive mentorship or secure significant opportunities

Saturday June 13 we’re pulling together the West Queen West community for a social distance fundraiser in support of The Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC). With over 20+ neighbouring businesses and 30+ sponsors participating.⁣⁣All are encouraged to join the block for live music from Raptor's DJ 4Korners and PogiTheDj, delicious bites from KingCatering,

The Facebook x #imakealiving community moved to the digital space and pinged influences to create videos to encourage discussion and conversations that helped small business owners and entrepreneurs through the pain points of working through COVID-19 pandemic.   Ashley McKenzie-Barnes is an Independent Curator, Creative Director, and #imakealiving speaker/partner. Ashley has two questions

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