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We won a NOW Toronto readers' award? | |

Umm... so a few days ago we got an email telling us that No One Is Illegal - Toronto had been voted the Best Activist Group by Now Toronto readers.

This proves one thing for certain, some of our supporters have plenty of access to the internet and like filling out online forms! So, we made one up that is a little more detailed and would really love it if you would participate.

Fill out this short, 10 minute survey on our work and you will be entered into a draw to win some amazing NOII swag! Click this link:

By filling out this survey you will help us campaign more effectively and communicate with you better about it.

But, seriously, we in No One Is Illegal - Toronto don't believe there are "best activist organizations". We are part of a global movement for justice and dignity that is winning victories daily and still has a lot of work to do both on ourselves and in the communities we are based in.

We have learned from, and are inspired by the amazing work of Toronto's Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, Justice for Migrant Workers, Jane Finch Action Against Poverty, Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, Caregivers Action Centre, Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, Earth Justice Action, First Nations Solidarity Working Group, Law Union of Ontario, the Movement Defence Committee, DAMN, Workers Action Centre, r3 colllective, Barriere Lake Solidarity, New Socialist Group, South Asian Women's Rights Organization, Health for All, OPIRGs, Maggie's, to name just a few. We recognize the Indigenous land defenders that have fought for centuries and have inspired radical resistance on Turtle Island for the rest of us. We acknowledge the many organizations, activists, and artists across the world - those who have passed away, and those who are struggling today - who have carved the paths on which we are trying to walk.

We strongly believe that none of us are free until all of us are free. We urge our supporters to lend their voices, their spirits and their clenched fists to social and environmental struggles in the communities they are based in. Let's build collective resilience in the face of ongoing attacks.

NOW magazine says we are at 260 Queen Street, we are not. That's our mail box, we have no office. So, if you would like to financially support our work, please sign up to be a monthly donor (no amount too small!) by downloading the form here:

In solidarity,
No One Is Illegal - Toronto