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Ceta Ramkhalawansingh catalogues more than 50-year career of feminist activism: Toronto Star

After five decades in activism, city-building and community planning, University of Toronto alumna Ceta Ramkhalawansingh has amassed an impressive collection of local history – and she is donating some of it to her alma mater. 


In grand gesture, donor honours late wife with purchase of piano for U of T’s Faculty of Music

One crisp and sunny October day, Swee Goh saw a concert with his wife Lilian Goh (née Sung) in the University of Toronto’s MacMillan Theatre. Michelle Lin, winner of the U of T Symphony Orchestra’s concerto competition the year prior, played Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 to a rapt audience, who gave her a standing ovation.

The performance made a lasting impression – even for a couple who had seen countless concerts over 47 years of marriage, including many at U of T.

AI, tech and social justice: U of T Groundbreakers EP4

What is the relationship between pollution and colonialism in Canada? How can AI and related technologies avoid perpetuating racism and gender bias?

These are some of the questions explored in episode four of the Groundbreakers video series when host Ainka Jess speaks with researchers from two of the University of Toronto’s Institutional Strategic Initiatives: the Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society and the Black Research Network.

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