By Nia Centre, p
Posted on March 2, 2021
For Black History Month, Mayor John Tory started #PassTheMic, a campaign to amplify the voices of Black leaders in the city. Our Executive Director Alica Hall was part of this initiative and took a moment to talk to Torontonians and share why it’s important to invest in the future of Black artists.
Alica was invited by CTV News to talk about this campaign and how Black creativity has always pushed our city forward.
Watch the full interview here.
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