Labour Community Services and the Equity Committee of Toronto & York Region Labour Council cordially invite you to the 17th annual Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Gala that will be taking place virtually on June 8, 2022, from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.
Join us for an inspiring night, recognizing the hard work and dedication of activists and unions fighting for human rights and social justice. Together, we will hear from our guest speakers, enjoy special performances, give away raffle prizes and present this year's Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Awards to an individual and union.
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Since the inception of the Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award in 2005, the Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Awards Gala has been held annually to celebrate the outstanding work activists and unions do in labour equity, human rights, and inclusion. Your support and sponsorship helps acknowledge and continue this work all year round. Click here to view more details on tickets and sponsorship packages, or directly click the button below to purchase your tickets/sponsorship package on our Eventbrite page:
SUBMIT YOUR AWARD NOMINATIONS BY MAY 16
The Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award was established in 2005 to commemorate the courage, dedication and outstanding service of Bromley Lloyd Armstrong to the Labour and Human Rights Movements in Canada. This year, an individual and local union, will receive the prestigious Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award and join an alumni of trailblazers. Nominations for these awards are being accepted until May 16, 2022. Click the links below for more details.
- 2022 Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award Nomination Form (Individual)
- 2022 Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award Nomination Form (Union)
For any questions regarding nominations, please email Sharon Simpson at [email protected].
RE-LIVE LAST YEAR'S BROMLEY LLOYD ARMSTRONG GALA
If you weren't able to make it to last year's event, click here or the video below to hear from the list of inspiring speakers and Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award winners.
LEARN MORE ABOUT BROMLEY LLOYD ARMSTRONG
On Tuesday April 27, 1954 the Toronto-based Negro Citizenship Association (NCA) made history when it went to Ottawa to demand changes in the discriminatory policies of the Canadian Immigration Act. Led by Donald Moore, the delegation received support from many community groups, including the Canadian Labour Congress and The Toronto and Lakeshore Labour Council - precursor of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council. In “Welcome to Canada”, long time union activist and co-founder of the NCA, Bromley Armstrong, sheds light on the circumstances around this historic moment.
Breaking Barriers, Linking Struggles
Let's learn from those in our movement who spent a lifetime tackling systemic racism.
The Labour Council salutes the leaders who made a difference inside and outside the Labour Movement in Canada. Let's also remember our Historical Alliance with the Canadian Civil Rights Movement and strengthen our solidarity.
United in Fighting Against Anything A Conversation with Ruth Malloy
STORIES FEATURING PAST RECIPIENTS
Ivan Dawns in Labour Action Winter 2022 (pg. 18)