Between Paper and Concrete

Between Paper and Concrete: a visual inquiry into the history of housing policy in Toronto. How do the legacies of past housing policies shape the lives of Torontonians today? What do these lessons from history teach us about implementing a National Housing Strategy today?

Filed Under: Multimedia & Performance, Timeline (Structural)

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Taha Muharuma is a photographer, teacher and creative influencer who tells visual stories of the world around him. Through his photo-style “#streetsoul” Taha has been able to connect with brands such as Samsung, BMW and the NBA as well as meeting like-minded individuals that understand the importance of community and art.

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Gilad Cohen is a human rights activist, artist, and also the founder and Executive Director of JAYU, a charity that shares human rights stories through the arts. JAYU’s year-round programming includes the annual Human Rights Film Festival, iAM: an initiative that provides high quality social justice arts mentorship to Toronto’s underserved youth, and The Hum, a human rights podcast which Gilad co-hosts.
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