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Happy Pride from the Toronto Public Library Workers – and because we are library workers – we have a great non-fiction booklist to share with you. 

Out North How Toronto Got Queer 
Im Afraid of Men  We Have Always Been Here
Missing From the Village Disasterama 
Here For It  Marvellous Grounds
Ordinary Girls  Out in Time
Angry Queer Somali Boy  Pride Photographic Journey
Pride Fifty Years 1  Queer Mobilizations
Queering Representation  Rebent Sinner
Sister Outsider Trans Love
Untamed Video Games Have Always Been Queer


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Today, we celebrate Emancipation Day, which marks the legal abolition of slavery in Canada on August 1, 1834

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