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THE 2022 PROGRAM APPROVED IN FUNDING FROM ARTREACH

Funded By ArtReach & the Toronto Arts Council: We offer a FREE program to help 15 young black males aged 13-29 learn public speaking. YOU CAN STILL GET TRAINING BEFORE ROUND 3 TAP FLYER BELOW 

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FILL OUT THE REGISTRATION FORM:

Applications open in August 2022

READ WHAT THE 2018 & 2020 PROGRAM ALUMNI
& PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING

"Being apart of this program would give other black men the opportunity to boost confidence in
their voice, their opinions and their sense of self. I think it would make an astronomical difference."

Randell Adjei

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                                  YOU CAN STILL GET PUBLIC SPEAKING TRAINING BEFORE ROUND 3 IN 2022 LEARN MORE HERE

Speakers U 2018 Program Round 1
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Speakers U 2020 Program Round 2
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Speakers U 2018 Program Round 1
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Speakers U is a program designed to help young black males ages

13-29 living in Ward 3 Etobicoke-Lakeshore learn the art of oration. Participants will use the art forms of creative writing, spoken word, poetry and monologues to create their own allegorical story.

Workshops will have a personal direct impact on the black experience and will address racial profiling by police. Through weekly communication and public speaking training, personal development workshops, and mentorship from alumni of the program, participants will speak before a live audience at our finale showcase event.

Communication

Styles

Creative Expression

Workshop Dates

 
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