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Dreaming Bigger, Demanding Better

You’re invited to join us on Thursday, November 26 at 7pm for our not to be missed online fundraising event. Our inspiring list of speakers include Director of International Diplomacy at the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and former Toronto Mayor David Miller (bio), Parkdale-High Park MPP Bhutila Karpoche (bio), and the President of the Toronto Public Library Workers Union Brandon Haynes (bio). The event will be hosted by our advisor Zahra Ebrahim (bio).

It’s time for all of us to dream bigger and demand better for Toronto. Hear from these inspiring individuals about the potential for our City and how we ought to be demanding more from those in power.

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Congrats to our very own Jinkie David for her appointment as Treasurer this evening at the @torontolabour delegates’ meeting.

Jinkie is a dedicated activist and will serve well as a representative for workers in Toronto and York region. #librarywarrior

@4948president @CUPEOntario @Local4948 Great article! Unfortunately, this experience of harassment extends to all library workers, including some very young pages shelving books in remote areas of our libraries.

Powerful words from Nancy, Cameron, and Eila as they share their frontline experiences of rising levels of violence and harassment.

Thank you for bravely coming forward to speak. Libraries in Ontario should be safe spaces. ⁦@CUPEOntario⁩ @local4948 https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/sexual-harassment-intimidation-violence-on-the-job-worsened-during-pandemic-librarians-report-1.6196576

Sexual harassment, intimidation and violence on the job for #libraryworkers No one should have to face this at work. ⁦@Local4948⁩ #healthandsafety #topoli https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/sexual-harassment-intimidation-violence-on-the-job-worsened-during-pandemic-librarians-report-1.6196576