7pm to 8pm Central Time
The COVID-19 pandemic and the winter’s frigid, -40℃ weather increased the visibility of Winnipeg’s homelessness crisis like never before.
We can’t lose sight of the need to end homelessness even though the coldest nights of the year are over.
Why does homelessness exist in our city?
What factors contribute to this crisis, and who is responding to it?
How can Winnipeggers take action to end homelessness, once and for all?
For answers to these questions (and more!), zoom in on Wednesday, April 7 at 7pm for this 1-hour discussion.
Speakers will include:
- Elder Charlotte Nolin
- Betty Edel, End Homelessness Winnipeg
- Adrienne Dudek, Glenn Johnson, & Jacob Kaufman, Main Street Project
- Angelina Pelletier, Ndinawe
Moderated by Kirsten Bernas - Make Poverty History Manitoba and Right to Housing Coalitions
Organized in collaboration by:
- Kíkininaw Óma Strategy to Support Unsheltered Winnipeggers
- End Homelessness Winnipeg
- Make Poverty History Manitoba
- Right to Housing Coalition
All are welcome. If you have any accommodation or accessibility requests, please email email@example.com by Monday, April 5th at noon and we will do our best to accommodate.
The event will be hosted on Zoom