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Placemaking strategies among newcomer youth in Toronto

REVISIONIST TORONTO

"Finding where I need to be":

Placemaking strategies among newcomer youth in Toronto

How do the experiences of youth in Toronto differ based on markers of identity and status? How are they similar? “Finding where I need to be”, a collaboration between the Arab Community Centre of Toronto and Charles Street Video, seeks to address these questions through a participatory photography project reflecting on the everyday practices Arab and African newcomer youth perform in order to make Toronto their home.

Contributors

City of Toronto

Accessibility

Guide dog-friendly

Barrier-free venue

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Photography and video will be taken at this event.

“Finding where I need to be”:

Placemaking strategies among newcomer youth in Toronto

10 Mar 2019 –
16 Mar 2019

Scarborough Civic Centre
150 Borough Dr
Scarborough, ON

Reception:
12 Mar 6-9 PM

Gallery Hours
Weekdays – 7:30AM – 9:30PM

Weekends – 8:00AM – 6:00PM

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