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Community Research Highlighting the Cultural Contributions of Black Residents in Eglinton Avenue W

CP Planning is partnered with Black Urbanism TO to capture the past and present lived experiences, and express ideal futures of Black residents who live or have lived between Allen Road and Keele Street within the Eglinton Avenue West neighbourhood in Toronto. A team of local youth (aged 18-30) will apply various community engagement practices to learn, from community, the cultures of creativity, resiliency, and ambition, that make up this unique neighbourhood. Lessons from community will be summarized in a final report and mini-documentary.

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Skilled in Video/Photography and Editing?

We are open to hearing from skilled* artists who can respond on call for support to shoot or edit video work. Must live in the City of Toronto.


Salary is $16/hr.


Send portfolio and/or resume to Case.Cheryll@gmail.com 


Mentorship/training support provided

Major Funders

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