[WATCH] Housing activist Isabella Gamk explains link between poverty, rising crime & police budget

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Isabella Gamk, Toronto-based housing activist who runs Protecting ODSP and OW Funding (POOF), joins INN24’s Dee Hundal in an open-hearted discussion around the right to protest, rising poverty and crime and its connection to increase police budgets.

Gamk was charged with being a “common nuisance” at Yonge and Dundas Square, where she was protesting the magnitude of poverty and rising homelessness in the city of Toronto amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In this #INNTerview, Gamk describes her experience with police, challenges local protest laws and the role of police at protests, then dives into the link between rising poverty and its role in funding the police.

Watch the full #INNterview here: https://msmu.me/play/7469

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