TAKE BACK THE NIGHT – FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016 – 55 GOULD ST. RYERSON STUDENT UNION – 4-10PM
Want to support the event? Be part of our planning committee! ASL interpretation and attendant care plus food and tokens provided at all meetings.
The Power of our Voices
July 22, 6 to 8 pm Artscape Youngplace (180 Shaw Street, Studio 106)
The Power of our Voices is a collaborative story telling through words and visuals.
MESSAGE TO COMMUNITY
The TRCCMWAR sends our love and condolences to the families, friends and chosen families of the victims and survivors of the June 12th’s mass murder of Queer Black and Latinx communities of colour.
While this was one of the worst shootings in U.S. history in terms of a single individual perpetrating it, we are very aware that the massacre of Indigenous peoples over hundreds of years outnumber all of these single-murderer mass shootings.
We stand in solidarity with Black, Indigenous, Latinx queer people and communities.
Plans for healing circle, action TBA
1st Annual Toronto Run & Roll Against Violence (TRRAV) ~ REGISTER NOW!
Sunday October 16th, 2016 ~ 9AM ~ HIGH PARK ~ 5KM RUN, WALK, ROLL or STROLL
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre Multicultural women Against Rape is planning a new fundraiser:
The 1st Annual TORONTO RUN & ROLL AGAINST VIOLENCE (TRRAV)
In High Park Toronto
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16, 2016 – 9AM
WE NEED COMMITTEE MEMBERS to help plan this event! If you are interested in being on the COMMITTEE, please contact at deb via email at
Committee meeting schedule: (tentative)
Wednesday May 25th -6-8pm ~ Tuesday June 21st – 6-8pm ~ Wednesday July 26th – 6-8pm ~ Tuesday August 23rd 6-8pm ~ Wednesday September 6th – 6-8pm ~ Tuesday September 20th – 6-8pm ~ Wednesday October 5th – 6-8pm ~ Tuesday October 11th – 6-8pm
The System Isn’t Broken, It was Built This Way
by deb singh
“I have done about 15-20 media interviews since February 1st. Not one media outlet has asked me how can we stop sexual assault. Not even once.”
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Sex workers. Stop violence against all sex workers! Sex work is real, important work.
We have moved!
After 23 years in our home, and 40 years in the downtown core, the TRCC/MWAR has said goodbye to our old neighborhood. We look forward to continuing our work while building communities and reaching survivors. We will be celebrating and welcoming you to our new space soon! Stay tuned for more updates.