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Toronto Disability Pride March
September 18, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
How to Watch
- RSVP on Eventbrite to get the Zoom participation link
- This is the best way to participate in the event and ask questions in real-time
- Watch on Facebook Live on Toronto Disability Pride March or CESAX pages
- There will be opportunities to ask questions but their will be a slight delay/lag in the live video. You will not be able to participate in the video or voice chat. Unfortunately live captioning will not be available.
- Watch on this page – we will embed a video on this page at the start of the event. If the video does not appear at 1pm please refresh your page
- There will be a lag in watching the march on this website and there will not be any participation opportunities.
About the Event
The Toronto Disability Pride March is back for 2021! We will be gathering virtually this year with speakers and artists. This year we are focusing on the struggles and resistance of indigenous disabled people.
It was a difficult decision to keep the march virtual this year. This was a practical decision, but also for equity and safety. We look forward to marching in person next year!
This is also why we must continue to be heard and gather in solidarity. Together we raise our voices not just for ourselves, but for the voices among us that have already silenced by oppression, and for the voices that keep us strong even when they are no longer with us.
We’re still sorting out the details, but we have confirmed ASL this year. We look forward to seeing you virtually on Saturday September 18th at 1:00 PM.
WHY WE MARCH:
- To bring recognition of the struggles and value of disabled and mad people as we fight against ableism and other forms of oppression.
- To be visible and show that we have a voice in our community and a right to be heard by taking to the streets.
- To celebrate and take pride in ourselves as a community of disabled and mad people.
To make the march accessible, we rely on community to raise funds to afford American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and other costs. Please donate