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Toronto Photoshops Black Man Into Its City Guide

by | 11th, June 2009

toronto-diversityIN Toronto, things are so great and diverse and harmonious that to prove it amn ethnically diverse family featured on the cover of Toronto’s latest edition of its summer Fun Guide.

Only, the black man was photshopped in later.

John Gosgnach, communications director for the social development division that publishes the guide opines:

“He superimposed the African-Canadian person onto the family cluster in the original photo. It was two photographs and one head was superimposed over the original family photo.

“The goal was to depict the diversity of Toronto and its residents.”

And:

You won’t find a more inclusive organization than us,” said Kevin Sack, Toronto’s director of strategic communications. “We want everyone to feel involved and welcome to participate in everything. That’s the only goal. Nothing wrong with that.”

Toronto – Embrace The Change!



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