“Revisionist History” is a term whose meaning can have different interpretations, depending on who you ask. Malcolm Gladwell’s popular Revisionist History podcast aims to, “go back and reinterpret something from the past: an event, a person, an idea. Something overlooked. Something misunderstood”. Alternatively, there have also been people and groups who have used the term Revisionist History for erasure, Holocaust deniers being an example of this.
Revisionist Toronto, the theme of this year’s Intersections festival, presents an opportunity to revisit and re-imagine the dominant narratives that shape our understanding of Toronto. Join us for a deep-dive conversation on the topic of revisionist history as our panel navigates the importance of historical re-interpretation and the dangers of erasure.
Falen Johnson (CBC’s The Secret Life of Canada podcast), Bernie Farber (AntiHate.ca, former Executive Director, Mosaic Institute) and Natasha Henry President (Ontario Black History Society)
Ed Conroy (Retro Ontario)
Free (donations accepted)
This Henderson Pint-Size Conversation is part Myseum Intersections, an annual festival that explores intersectional perspectives of Toronto through FREE collaborative exhibits, events, workshops, and tours.
Special thanks to Henderson Brewing Co. for partnering with us on this.
-The venue is wheelchair accessible, however, if you require any other accessibility requirements, or require any additional assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate.
-Capacity is limited and entry is on a first come first serve basis, so please arrive early.
-Photography and video will be taken at this event.
Myseum Intersections: Pint Size Conversation
7:00PM – 9:00PM
Henderson Brewing CO.
128 Sterling Road
Toronto, ON M6R 2B7