Toronto Disability Pride March 2021

Join us for the Virtual Experience

Saturday, September 18, 2021


The Toronto Disability Pride March is back for 2021! We will be gathering virtually this year with speakers and artists. This year we are focusing on the struggles and resistance of indigenous disabled people.

It was a difficult decision to keep the march virtual this year. This was a practical decision, but also for equity and safety. We look forward to marching in person next year!

This is also why we must continue to be heard and gather in solidarity. Together we raise our voices not just for ourselves, but for the voices among us that have already silenced by oppression, and for the voices that keep us strong even when they are no longer with us.

We’re still sorting out the details, but we have confirmed ASL this year. We look forward to seeing you virtually on Saturday September 18th at 1:00 PM.

Register for this year’s March:

The following accessibility accommodations are in place:

  • ASL
  • We are working on captioning as well.

Announcements

Some  things you should know if you plan to attend.

We have a Fundraising Page if you would like to contribute to the accessibility of the march. Any funds we raise after expenses this year will be donated to indigenous activists in Canada.

Find us on Facebook and Twitter @DisabilityPM

The Toronto Disability Pride March aims to promote a cross-disability atmosphere, that also recognizes other forms of oppression such as race, class, gender, sexuality, sanism, etc.  We believe the disability movement is strongest in a harmony of voices, not one homogeneous voice. We ask all those who plan to attend the march to respect this approach and the other people within the space of the march.

BE LOUD, BE PROUD, COME MARCH WITH US!

We would also like to invite people to bring their signs to the virtual march.

Have Questions? email us at torontodisabilitypride@gmail.com .

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