Black Lives Matter Toronto and Pride Toronto working toward a common goal

Bronte Campbell
Allan Perkins

The scene of the July. 3, 2016. Black Lives Matter Toronto protest, where they interrupted and halted the Pride Parade for over 30 minutes to voice their concerns over the treatment of Black People in and out of the Pride community. As well as Pride Toronto’s involvement of the police floats during the parade. Pascale and Rodney Diverlus, siblings and co-founders of Black Lives Matter Toronto have more to say…

Part of The Village in Toronto, the city’s heart of the LGBTQ community. Here, Ryerson University students Camryn Harlick and Susanne Nyaga discuss the Black Lives Matter and Pride community within Ryerson and how they need to work together to reach their goals — which they say are common.

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