CanRoots

Others were challenged and inspired by the Black Life Matters panel of speakers, Zanana Akande, Sandy Hudson, Desmond Cole, Anna Willats and Howard Morton.

CanRoots East 2017

Participants learned from Gilary Massa - National Council of Canadian Muslims, how to deal with Trump's message of hate and provide solidarity with the Muslim Community. They vowed to work together to repeal safe third country agreement after hearing from Raoul Boulakia - Refugee Lawyers Association of Ontario and Syed Hussan - No One Is Illegal.

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Other specific actions were generated from the conference, ranging from pooling data for collective benefit, to working on different campaigns like say no to nestle bottling Ontario fresh water, fight for 15 minimum wage, professional pay for early childhood educators and update the employment standard act so it reflects real workers conditions.

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All in all, the participants gave us a ringing endorsement as 93 percent said if CanRoots happens again next year, they would attend.

 Thank you again. Let’s continue to work together to creat a more fair and progressive society.

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