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Featuring Lily Frost.
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Did you know that according to the 2016 National Youth Homelessness Survey:
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness defines youth homelessness as the situation and experience of young people between the ages of 13 to 24 who are living independently of parents and/or caregivers, but do not have the means or ability to acquire stable, safe or consistent residence.
Hear Here is partnering with SKETCH, to support opportunities for young people on the margins to access creativity and succeed.
SKETCH believes that young people navigating poverty, living homeless and on the margins have unique creativity and perspectives. Their contributions are needed to build inclusive and vibrant, culture and community.
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Hear Here is more than a literary salon; walking into an event that is united under one cause is invigorating. Every corner of the space is dynamic and filled with artists of all stripes sharing their hearts out for literacy. It was joyous.Poet
For those that are part of arts and culture in T.O. or for those that want to be, I would recommend that they check out this cool initiative by a group of passionate individualsVisual Artist
Had a great time sharing the stage with such a variety of artists at the Hear Here event in October. Poets, musicians and visual art awakened the 17th floor of a downtown building that overlooked the billion lights of this amazing city that is ours, Toronto. Great to share my work with new admirers and connect with fresh ideas and with charming and eccentric folk. Thanks again for the invitation and look forward to more.Poet
Hear here is audible presence, music’d being, Enlightenment/Renaissance all over again NOW!Poet Laureate of Canada
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