Field Trip: Black Histories


Join artist Camille Turner on a walk focusing on the hidden black histories of Toronto’s Grange Neighbourhood. The history of Black lives in Toronto is a complex one, full of surprises that will challenge preconceptions about our national identity and what we know about black communities and their contributions to the life of Toronto.

Bring your cell phone with camera, and come dressed for the weather.

When: Fri., Oct. 13, 2017, 10 am-1 pm
Where: Reading Room, Hart House
Cost: Free / Registration required

About Location Field Trip

Are you new to Toronto and curious about your city? Location Field Trip is a series of walking tours to local neighbourhoods led by artists, historians, storytellers and activists that Explore explore new places and neighbourhoods and discover Toronto’s rich cultural heritage and deeply rooted diversities. Learn about dynamic local neighbourhoods, and the stories, both visible and hidden, that have shaped our city through waves of migration, food and fusion, art, music and literature. Over the course of these interactive walks, you will co-create a new story through photos and reflections on the stories of Tkaronto, and the synergies between place and identity. Join us for a great opportunity to get outside and explore the city while meeting new friends and deepen your knowledge of this place we call home today.


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