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Adrienne Clarkson: Toronto and Canadian Citizenship

adrienne clarkson: At one point, former governor general Adrienne Clarkson, whose Institute for Canadian Citizenship organized the third annual event, jumps in to comment thoughtfully, according to NOW Magazine. Shortly before the next session starts, Ijeoma Oluo arrives. At the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ane Crabtree, the designer behind the The Handmaid's Tale iconic red cloak, and Sage Paul, the creator of the Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto are having a discussion about fashion and politics as part of 6 Degrees Toronto. The essayist, blogger and editor at large at The Establishment magazine, is in Toronto for the first time to speak about power and privilege, a topic that, along with race, has become her life's work. She's continuing those conversations at 6 Degrees over breakfast every morning at the three-day event as part of the research process for her next book. Released late last year, her debut book So You Want to Talk About Race Sealpress became a focal point for discussions about race, racism and social justice in America. ( As reported in the news.