After the gallery visit, Wood baked pizza for all. We had to wait until the sun set to see the film Angry Inuk. Advertisements
Members took a bus down to see In Solidarity a two-person exhibition that features collaborative projects from Malinda Francis and Rehab Nazzal. Malinda is a member of JFAAP and has been documenting […]
FAAP and may others spoke out, at the Toronto Police Services Board Meeting, against the SRO (school resource officer program) that puts armed police in Toronto high schools mainly in […]
Jane Finch Action Against Poverty (JFAAP) is calling on the Toronto Police Service Board members to vote to immediately end the “School Resource Officer (SRO) Program” of the Toronto District […]
Congratulations to our movement! We still have much to do! Jane Finch Action Against Poverty (JFAAP) warmly congratulates the 15 & Fairness Campaign, Workers’ Action Centre, the labour movement […]
On May 4, 2007, JFAAP held a screening of the film “A Day’s Work” about a 21 year old temporary worker, who was killed on his first day at work. […]
It was a smaller march this year because of the rain and organizing issues but every year JFAAP marches!
Join Toronto’s May Day Rally and March Monday, May 1, 2017 FREE BUS from JANE-FINCH Pick-up Time & Location *Look for a school Bus* 4:00 pm; 35 Shoreham Drive 4:15 […]
The Jane Finch Political Conversation Cafe met with Herman Rosenfeld, a Toronto transit activist to find ways to address transit problems.