It’s been 4 months since our last update and we appear to be settling into a new normal and adjusting to living with Covid-19 in Ontario. We hope you have been staying safe and enjoying good physical and mental health. We are pleased to release our first newsletter featuring the work of Black creatives and professionals in our community. Keith Cunnigham shares his journey through the Covid 19 pandemic and David Lewis Peart shares a memory of intersecting oppressions that remain all too common and real today.
In April, we talked about our funding and support agreements with the OHTN and Black CAP. Those remain in place and have allowed us to deliver the programming that you’ve been experiencing. In this update, we provide a summary of the additional progress we’ve made, along with a view to our future plans. We hope you’ve found our events and posts engaging, but we are always looking to do better. Please provide any feedback to us at BGMNontario@gmail.com, via our website at www.bgmn.ca or via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube
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