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The Dini Petty Show

EPS# 1528 CL/CAP Parker. -- Consists of 1 videocassette (ca. 50 min.) ; VHS. Footage was used as evidence in Air France legal proceedings.

Douglas V. Verney fonds

  • F0458
  • Fonds
  • 1961-1966

Fonds consists of Douglas V. Verney's personal correspondence and papers as chair of the political science department at York University.

Vernay, Douglas V. (Douglas Vernon)

Long family videos

Series consists of home movies documenting the Chinese family's everyday life including footage of children playing, riding horses, and performing at a school recital.

Long family

Family dinner eating Injera and Tsebhi from a large dish

Item consists of a home movie of a family eating a meal together and discussing a Portuguese related class assignment.

Project and donor(s) contributed description follows: "Lu Asfaha’s family begins the day by preparing their home roasted coffee for the Jebana (coffee pot) on the Assumption of St. Mary. Raised in a family of Christian Orthodox, Lu grew up taking the day off to observe this religious holiday with her family. Food, drinks and even a custom cake is ornamentally laid out to celebrate the day. Lu can be seen animatedly gesturing to the camera as she talks to her uncle behind the camera, a common occurrence in their home movies.

The only footage selected that did not take place on the Assumption of St. Mary is a typical family dinner of the Asfaha eating Injera and Tsebhi from a large dish. Common to many cultures from across the African continent, her family can be seen eating by hand, enjoying the flavourful dish. The adults appear to handle the spice level better than the children.

When asked about her identity, Lu speaks of the unique experience of being Eritrean in Toronto. Being from an East African identity that has a significantly smaller population compared to the Somali and Ethiopian one, the specific social location of Eritreans tends to be either rendered invisible or lumped in with the dominant East African identities represented in the city."

Jean Augustine fonds

  • F0515
  • Fonds
  • 1950-2018, predominant 1994-2015

Fonds consists of the professional records of Jean Augustine, including documents, reports, speech notes, press releases and publications relating to her activities as a community activist and volunteer; a elementary school teacher; her administration of the Metro Toronto Housing Authority; her participation on various international, national, provincial and municipal advocacy boards organizations and associations; and her activities as a federal politician and member of cabinet.

Augustine, Jean

Happy St. Mary Day

Item consists of a home movie showing a cake with "Happy St. Mary Day" text decoration, children sitting on a couch eating cake, and a child dancing in front of the camera.

Project and donor(s) contributed description follows: "Lu Asfaha’s family begins the day by preparing their home roasted coffee for the Jebana (coffee pot) on the Assumption of St. Mary. Raised in a family of Christian Orthodox, Lu grew up taking the day off to observe this religious holiday with her family. Food, drinks and even a custom cake is ornamentally laid out to celebrate the day. Lu can be seen animatedly gesturing to the camera as she talks to her uncle behind the camera, a common occurrence in their home movies.

The only footage selected that did not take place on the Assumption of St. Mary is a typical family dinner of the Asfaha eating Injera and Tsebhi from a large dish. Common to many cultures from across the African continent, her family can be seen eating by hand, enjoying the flavourful dish. The adults appear to handle the spice level better than the children.

When asked about her identity, Lu speaks of the unique experience of being Eritrean in Toronto. Being from an East African identity that has a significantly smaller population compared to the Somali and Ethiopian one, the specific social location of Eritreans tends to be either rendered invisible or lumped in with the dominant East African identities represented in the city."

Preparing their home roasted coffee for the Jebana

Item consists of a home movie of home documenting the preparation of home roasted coffee.

Project and donor(s) contributed description follows: "Lu Asfaha’s family begins the day by preparing their home roasted coffee for the Jebana (coffee pot) on the Assumption of St. Mary. Raised in a family of Christian Orthodox, Lu grew up taking the day off to observe this religious holiday with her family. Food, drinks and even a custom cake is ornamentally laid out to celebrate the day. Lu can be seen animatedly gesturing to the camera as she talks to her uncle behind the camera, a common occurrence in their home movies.

The only footage selected that did not take place on the Assumption of St. Mary is a typical family dinner of the Asfaha eating Injera and Tsebhi from a large dish. Common to many cultures from across the African continent, her family can be seen eating by hand, enjoying the flavourful dish. The adults appear to handle the spice level better than the children.

When asked about her identity, Lu speaks of the unique experience of being Eritrean in Toronto. Being from an East African identity that has a significantly smaller population compared to the Somali and Ethiopian one, the specific social location of Eritreans tends to be either rendered invisible or lumped in with the dominant East African identities represented in the city."

Lu family videos

Series consists of an Eritrean Canadian family's home movies documenting a family meal and the observation of Assumption of St. Mary.

Lu family

Ephemera, 2013-2015

File consists of a program for the Celebration of the Remarkable Life of Nelson Mandela held at the University of Toronto, a program for George Brown's 2015 Student Awards Ceremony and Reception, 2 copies of the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarian's Memorial Service 2014 DVD, a flyer for a Mother's Day Celebration in Mississauga that Augustine participated in, and flyers for African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia.

Publications about Augustine

File consists of magazines, newspapers, and newspaper articles that Augustine subscribed to, some of which document her own achievements.

Memorabilia, 2007-2008

File consists of personal items, invitations to events, photos from Black History Month 2007, a letter from York Regional Police congratulating Augustine on being awarded the Trailblazer Award by the Black Business and Professional Association, a letter from the Ministry of Citizenship congratulating Augustine on the Chair of Education in her name, and congratulatory letters on being appointed the first Fairness Commissioner for Ontario

Miscellaneous Memorabilia

File consists of various event flyers, a drawing of Augustine, a presentation on the Proposal to Nominate Anthony Williams for the Nobel Prize in Physics, professional portraits taken of Augustine for the Cabinet, business plan for Lite it Up Candles and Art, and a program for the Caribbean American Heritage Awards Gala.

Bradford photo gallery ‘09

File features Jean Augustine next to a portrait painting of a Black man. The photograph is embossed and contains artist’s signature.

Locals

Objects primarily pertain to Ontario, including Chatham-Kent and the Chippewas of Nawash Reserve #27.

Artwork, memorabilia and collected ephemera

Series consists of Jean Augustine's collections of artwork, portraits, posters, social activist and political buttons and pins, campaign promotional material and other three dimensional items and ephemera accumulated during her professional life. Item lists are available upon request.

Administrative records

Series consists of the administrative records created and accumulated by Jean Augustine in the course of her activities as a community advocate, activist and volunteer; in her role as an administrator and chair of various local, municipal, provincial, federal and international organizations, associations, boards, committees and conferences; as a federal politician representing the constituency of Etobicoke-Lakeshore in Ontario; and in her role as Ontario's Fairness Commissioner. Series is organized into several functional categories used by Augustine herself, including Community Action files ; Parliamentarian files ; Correspondence and subject files ; Trips and conferences; Canadian Association of Parliamentarians on Population and Development; Canada Africa Parliamentary Group; Special Advisor for Grenada; Secretary of State (Multiculturalism); Women's Issues; Schedules from the daily operations of the Office of the Fairness Commissioner; and Status of Women Canada. Series also includes groups of records related to her election campaign strategies; the Congress of Black Women of Canada; the Ontario Bicentenary Commemorative Committee; Black History Month celebrations and promotions; the Sugar Caucus; Anti-racism efforts; her work as a school principal and teacher; her official correspondence, business contacts and the contents of several briefcases.

Office of the Fairness Commissioner Publications

File consists of publications from the Office of the Fairness Commissioner, including the 2014 Annual Report and information sheets regarding the challenges that internationally educated professionals face, as well as other publications from researchers regarding human resources, equity, and skills development.

Chinese Canadian Publications

File consists of pamphlets and a chronology of Chinese Canadian History published by the Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre and the Chinese Canadian Heritage Fund, respectfully.

Collaborations with organizations in Etobicoke

File consists of documents pertaining to the Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women's Empowerment, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, the Women Moving Forward program at the Jane/Finch Community Centre, the Universal Peace Federation World Summit 2014, the Black Business & Professional Association, as well as promotional flyers for cultural events that Augustine attended or spoke at.

CLEAR 2008 Annual Conference

File consists of documents, programs, agendas, correspondence and presentation slides for the conference held in Anchorage, Alaska during which Augustine participated as the keynote speaker.

Sickle Cell Awareness

File consists of material pertaining to Augustine's involvement in raising awareness of sickle cell disease, including a speech Augustine gave at the 4th Annual World Sickle Cell Day Conference, publications by the Sickle Cell Awareness Group of Ontario, correspondence with event organizers, and a press release introducing the Sickle Cell and Thalassemia Care Ontario Act.

Black Leadership Health Initiative

File consists of material pertaining to the Black Leadership Health Summit at which Augustine presented the keynote speech focused on the necessity of the Ontario Black Health Network.

Skills for Change

File consists of publications, correspondence, and event briefings for Skills for Change's New Pioneers Awards 2012, of which Augustine was a patron.

Caribbean Tales

File consists of a copy of the profiles of the Board of Directors for Caribbean Tales, of which Augustine was a member.

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