August 7, 2018 Detroit, Michigan Saron Gebresellassi, 2018 Mayoral Candidate for the City of Toronto, greeted Rev. Jesse Jackson at a banquet sponsored by a venerable organization fighting for fairness, equality and inclusion- the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). Rev. Jackson
A link to the article can be found here at the Globe and Mail. The faces of the City of Toronto and its government may start to look a lot different very soon. Help us fight to make this a city for everyone. Help us make this a city that reflects everyone.
And here’s where I want to begin; by acknowledging that we are all better off when those of us with the least are better off. We are all better off when immigrants, women and children are better off. We are better off when youth in Scarborough have the same opportunities for arts and cultural
The response of our elected leaders so far has been the creation of plans — some as far looking as 20 years forward, aiming to address everything from housing, service access, transit equity, food access, quality of jobs and incomes. Plans are important and necessary, but as far too
Did you know that Toronto is one of the richest cities on the planet? One recent report has ranked us as the 13th wealthiest city in the world when it comes to private wealth. In fact, in some parts of the city, household incomes have more than doubled since the eighties to an average of […]