The Stop’s Community Advocates Speak Out On Transit Barriers
The Stop’s Community Advocacy Training program brings together people with lived experience of poverty—supporting them as they raise their voices on social, political, environmental, and economic injustices.
Two graduates of the program, Sharon Anderson and Misty Parsons, are quoted in today’s Toronto Star about the barriers that prevent low-income Torontonians from accessing their discounted TTC passes. Click to read the full article.
Congrats Sharon and Misty!
Pictured above: Sharon Anderson, member of the transit advocacy group Fair Fare Coalition and graduate of The Stop’s Community Action Training program.