Ears, Eyes, Voice brings together important visual works by Black Canadian Photojournalists Jules Elder, Eddie Grant, Diane Liverpool, Al Peabody and Jim Russell. Their combined archive reveals a comprehensive and rare record that visually documents over three decades of stories that tell the important history of Toronto’s diverse Black communities.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 9, 6 to 9 PM
Ears, Eyes, Voice is organized and circulated by Black Artists’ Networks in Dialogue (BAND), and generously sponsored by Scotiabank.
Image: Eddie Grant, Prime Minister Manley shaking hands with Al Hamilton publisher of Contrast Newspaper. Looking on is Anthony Hill, former Jamaica High Commissioner to Canada, 1980.