As part of the Official Opposition’s ongoing commitment to addressing anti-Black racism in Ontario, the Ontario NDP Black Caucus is hosting deputation series as an opportunity for community members to speak explicitly to key issues as it pertains to citizenship and immigration and the Black community in Ontario.
You are invited to participate in the deputation meeting as it pertains to citizenship and settlement and the Black community in Ontario. This meeting will be hosted by MPP Laura Mae Lindo and the Ontario NDP Black Caucus on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at Queen’s Park.
To ensure as many attendees as possible have a chance to speak, deputation times will be assigned and shared ahead of time with RSVPed attendees.
Ontario NDP Citizenship and Immigration Services and Anti-Racism Critic, MPP Laura Mae Lindo will be joined by other members of the Black Caucus and the Official Opposition.
Please register by Thursday, August 8, 2019.
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About the NDP Black Caucus
The mandate of the NDP Black Caucus is to ensure that Black perspectives and the perspectives of those of African descent are meaningfully incorporated into the work that New Democrats do on every file – from finance, to health care, education, housing, the Arts and beyond.
About the Deputation Series
The Ontario NDP Black Caucus is organizing summer deputations focused on specific policy areas to help strengthen our ability to oppose current government policies that are negatively impacting black communities in Ontario, help inform our policy and platform development, and identify organizing opportunities for community and the Ontario NDP to work together. The deputations are open to all.
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