After our reflection day we create this video to share our own perspective about immigration and experience with the program. The song ( The World’s Greatest- R. Kelly) became like our anthem.
We share with our close family and friends our final piece and this is a brief look to that day.
Please enjoy it and share it
This day we decided we explore more how we perceive our environment and ourselves.
We question and write down how an immigrant, indigenous and canadian looks like. In other hand how home looks and feels like and what makes us feel like an outsider.
The best part was that the same day our dear Maryan was having her 18 birthday and we bought a small cake to share her happiness.
Reflection and celebration!!
We are please to invite you to our final showcase. We had finally complete our 4 month program and we put together a beautiful theatre piece that reflects what we believe about immigration.
“The Crossover Journey” is a collective creation from the members of the program alongside within collaboration with people that give support telling us their story about this topic.
We will be very please to count with your present. Come and celebrate with us this happy moment.
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We talk about us, we bring something special, a gift form a family member that live far away or a quote that keep us from falling during the more adverse moment in life.
Thanks team, we did a good job.
We are definitely a family.
Thanks for everybody who comes the past February 27 to our Orientation day. We had a lot of fun and we got time to know each other.
The improvise final circle of spoken word, was proper. We are very excited about all the talents and motivation the group have.
Lets do it!!!
Do you like theatre, spoken word, creative writing?
Would you like to explore community issues?
Like immigration or what is native land?
Are between 15 and 25?
Do you consider your self an ethnic person or immigrant in some form?
Do you identify yourself as indigenous or Onkwehonwe?
So come Join us!!!
The program start February 27 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Centre for Spanish speaking Peoples (2141 Jane Street, North York M3M 1A2)
Refreshment and tickets will be provided.
Priority will be given it to Latino, Somali & Onkwehonwe youth.