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In Solidarity with Ontario's Drag Performers

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September 2022

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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Notice of The 519 Annual General Meeting 2022-23

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June 2022

Call for Nominations – The 519 Annual General Meeting 2022-23

World Refugee Day: Support LGBTQ+ Refugees Every Day

Green Space Festival 2022: Neighbourhood Information

Green Space Festival announces 2022 lineup: a Pride-weekend party in support of 2SLGBTQ+ communities

Pride 2022 at The 519: Upcoming Programs and Events

April 2022

Lifting the Blood Ban: A Step in the Right Direction

March 2022

Trans Day of Visibility: Affirmations and Calls to Action

Online Dating Safety 101

International Women's Day: Our History, Our Reality, Out Future

February 2022

The 519 Black Collective – Black History Month 2022: ‘Black Health & Wellness’

November 2021

Public Statement on Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR) 2021

October 2021

PRESS RELEASE: The 519 Annual Gala 2021

The 519 Annual Gala 2021 – Meet the Artists

September 2021

September 30: The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The 519 Board of Management Candidates 2021/22

August 2021

The 519 Annual General Meeting 2021-22

Shattered Hearts, Healing Together

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International Women’s Day: Our History, Our Reality, Out Future

“We are powerful because we have survived, and that is what it is all about; survival and growth.”

― Audre Lorde

The history and spirit of International Women’s Day reminds us that we stand on the shoulders of giants. This day reminds us that justice has never come from remaining silent and that our collective strength will win.

Women continue to lead in the face of adversity. They continue to show up on the front lines of our movements, working more hours for less pay to ensure that we have food on our table, all the while labouring to ensure our communities are cared for. They continue to fight the inequities brought on by a pandemic that has disproportionately impacted their lives.

We honour the women and gender-diverse people in our lives who inspire us to continue to fight the good fight against systemic discrimination, patriarchy, sexism, racism, gender-based violence, and heterosexism. We honour the resilience of Black, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+ and racialized women fighting to protect our land and water, fighting for equal pay and opportunity, and for justice, love, and equal rights.

International Women’s Day requires us to both honour the contributions of women and gender-diverse people in our movements while making real and tangible commitments to taking up the work of liberation in whatever ways we can.

International Women’s Day isn’t just our history, it’s our future. It is the promise of bread and roses. It is a world where we are all truly free.


International Women’s Day 2022 by The519

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