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Eva Showed Us How to Do Better for Black Students

“She loved all students, but she was very, very keen for the progress of Black students.” – My Name Is Eva: A Biography of Eva Smith (William Manning) Eva Smith cared about the education of Black youth. As a school outreach worker in North York, she noticed that the school system and curriculum failed to reflect and engage Black students, particularly those who were immigrants. Experiences of homelessness were also interfering in these young people’s ability to attend school. [...]

Eva Showed Us How to Do Better for Black Students2019-01-17T17:54:14-04:00

Buy a Cookie Gram for a Youth at Eva’s (Or Several)

“Does anybody care about me?” Many youths struggling with homelessness can end up feeling like nobody cares and it’s an awful feeling. That’s why we’re so excited to be partnering with Camp Manitou to deliver homemade, hand decorated cookie grams to youth at Eva’s. I WANT TO GIVE A COOKIE GRAM $25 each Each cookie gram comes with: Homemade, hand-decorated cookies Personalized, heartfelt notes from you and Camp Manitou campers Optional: Provision of a warm bed for a [...]

Buy a Cookie Gram for a Youth at Eva’s (Or Several)2019-01-22T13:53:02-04:00