A Digital Exhibit
What is our collective responsibility to protect the right to access basic services, health care, education, social support, decent work, and proper work conditions, without discrimination? How do we support and advocate for those living without permanent status who have sought refuge, new beginnings, and new hope in this city?
“Undocumented.Stories” features over 120 handwritten accounts collected by Access Alliance from residents living with precarious status who access Non-Insured Walk-In Clinics in the North West area of Toronto. The stories speak of incredible struggle and loss, fear and exploitation, humiliation and intimidation.
Through written accounts and video and audio recordings, the exhibit voices a collective and undeniably human desire to live in a society where anyone, regardless of their immigrant status, can fully contribute to the communities in which they live.
Organizations working to achieve Status For All
This exhibit is made possible by a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.