Resonators - Shane, Franklin, Jacobs, Goldman

room 7 ECHOES

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Four women from different eras immigrated to Toronto and shaped the way we think about culture, identity, technology, politics, and activism, shaping the city with their distinctive voices.

AUTHOR

Jenn E NortonJenn E Norton

DOWNLOAD OUR APP TO DISCOVER THIS TOUR AND MANY OTHERS.

android-storeapp-store

The Echoes


Jane Jacobs - University Avenue

In an excerpt from a 1969 interview for the CBC's "The Way It Is", Jane Jacobs comments on the plann…

Jane Jacobs - Spadina Expressway

In an interview with CBC, Jane Jacobs describes the greatest threat to Toronto was at the time of re…

Jane Jacobs - Cedarvale Ravine

In an 1969 interview for CBC's "The Way It Is" laments the precarity of Toronto's ravines as the cit…

Jane Jacobs - Cedarvale Ravine

In an 1969 interview for CBC's "The Way It Is" laments the precarity of Toronto's ravines as the cit…

Emma Goldman Speech, read by Sandra Oh

Emma Goldman, who J. Edgar Hoover once named “the most dangerous woman in America", lived in Toronto…

Discover more geolocated content in our apps.

ios-storeapple-app-store


Or start creating tours, treasure hunts, POI maps... Just let your imagination guide you.

SIGN UP

Are you a creator?

START HERE

Privacy & cookie policy / Terms and conditions

© ECHOES. All rights reserved / ECHOES.XYZ Limited is a company registered in England and Wales, Registered office at Merston Common Cottage, Merston, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 1BE

v2.0.0 © ECHOES. All rights reserved.