Common Ground: Urban Agriculture in Indigenous and Racialized Communities

Tuesday, October 23
Wilson Lounge
New College 
40 Willcox St.

Common Ground will be an opportunity to talk about strategies for decolonizing and dismantling racism in urban agriculture. Speakers and participants will share inspiring examples and look at specific ways to strengthen relationships between UA practitioners from Indigenous, racialized and white settler communities.

Speakers include: 
  • Isaac Crosby, Lead Hand, Urban Agriculture, Evergreen Brickworks
  • Leticia Deawuo, Executive Director, Black Creek Community Farm
  • Koa Thornhill, ANC Coordinator, Malvern Family Resource Centre
  • Anan Lololi, AfriCan Food Basket
Learn about the significance of corn while enjoying lunch from Nish Dish.

Event is free but please register to guarantee your space at:

Wilson Lounge is wheelchair accessible. If we can address other accessibility concerns, please let us know:

Thanks to New College Initiative Fund and the GGAPSS’ Equity and Diversity Committee for their support

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