5:30pm PST / 8:30pm EST
Despite having lived in Canada for more than 400 years, today there remains little to no public art statue representation of Black people in the city of Toronto. Please join Ògo Tàwa for a concert celebration fundraiser that hopes to raise funds so that Toronto can be home to a Black Heroes Statue Garden commemorating Black Achievement.
Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with the most populous Black community in Canada, yet this Black community has seemingly been omitted from visibility in the stone and bronze sculptures of honored people in the city.
Join us on Thursday, November 18th for a virtual celebratory concert where more information about the project will be shared along with live and pre-recorded performances from Kunle Ayo, Témi, and the Global BLM Dance Challenge HARVARD Debut live.
Get ready to get your dance on and do some good!
Ògo Tàwa Inc helps gifted,underrepresented, underserved, and underemployed artists of African descent apply their artistic talents to enhance their financial security and provide better lives for themselves, their communities, and their families
This event is FREE to all. To register, go HERE.