Social Justice Walk highlights accessibility and student action

On Wednesday, Ryerson University hosted the fourth annual Social Justice Walk on campus. The tour is a shortened version of the regular walk, which includes stops at the Toronto Homeless Memorial at the Church of the Holy Trinity, the back alleys behind the Eaton Centre, the YWCA Toronto building and the Jack Layton statue by the waterfront. This walk highlighted issues such as multiculturalism, student participation in political action and accessibility on campus.

There are six stops on the hour-long tour.

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