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This program examines the issues of digital citizenship in an age of online hate. Participants will be sensitized to the state of online hate through the Wiesenthal Center's searchable database and discuss some of the challenges young people face on popular digital platforms. Participants will also learn about some of the common symbols and codes used by extremists online, and look at the ways in which anti-Asian, anti-Black and anti-Semitic content has been spread online recently....

Join the Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto for an outdoor evening of community and celebration! Featured speaker is The Rev. Dr. Bob Faris, Moderator Elect of the General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church in Canada and Co-Convenor of the Rainbow Communion. The Presbyterian Connection describes Bob: “As a gay man, Bob has experienced the harm done to people who identify as LGBTQI2+ in the church. He has sought to live with integrity, while calling the church to change its...

The Islington United Church Anti-Racism Working Group is pleased to present a speaker series on Racism in the Church, designed to educate ourselves and help us take action on racism within our church, the community, and the wider Canadian context. All events will take place from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Zoom. After each presentation, speakers will participate in a Q&A session with the audience. January 12 – Politics with the ReligionsGeek Brian Carwana (the “ReligionsGeek”) is the Director of...

The Islington United Church Anti-Racism Working Group is pleased to present a speaker series on Racism in the Church, designed to educate ourselves and help us take action on racism within our church, the community, and the wider Canadian context. All events will take place from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Zoom. After each presentation, speakers will participate in a Q&A session with the audience. January 12 – Politics with the ReligionsGeek Brian Carwana (the “ReligionsGeek”) is the Director of...

The Islington United Church Anti-Racism Working Group is pleased to present a speaker series on Racism in the Church, designed to educate ourselves and help us take action on racism within our church, the community, and the wider Canadian context. All events will take place from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Zoom. After each presentation, speakers will participate in a Q&A session with the audience. January 12 – Politics with the ReligionsGeek Brian Carwana (the “ReligionsGeek”) is the Director of...