Accession consists of material documenting Kulanu Toronto. Included are photographs taken Pride celebrations in Toronto in 2009 or 2010; a copy of Kulanu Toronto's constitution dated 12 February 2005; a list of synagogues and other Jewish organizations that marched with Kulanu at Pride in 2010; a piece titled "Gay Pride 2010 in Toronto: Is It Really Something to be Proud Of???" which deals with the presence of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA) at Pride; a printout of an email confirming the renewal of the kulanutoronto.ca domain; a printout relating to a phone interview Justine Apple did with the Canadian Jewish News regarding a collaboration between Aguda and Kulanu Toronto; a letter addressed to Justine Apple from the Holocaust Centre of Toronto regarding the former's program for Holocaust Education Week in 2009; a printout of a letter to the Kulanu listerve from Helen Zukerman, executive director of the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, regarding the problematic pairing of two films; a program for the 18th Toronto Jewish Film Festival, at which Kulanu Toronto sponsored the film Eyes Wide Open; and the front of a program for the 19th Annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Fiml and Video Festival, of which Kulanu Toronto was a sponsor.
MPs Olivia Chow and Jack Layton can be seen in one of the photographs.
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