LAWS graduate Trevlyn Kennedy featured in the Toronto Star

By July 7, 2015 February 13th, 2019 No Comments

Walking with Trevlyn Kennedy through Regent Park, it feels like she knows everyone. The vibrant young woman spots friends in the park, on the boardwalk, at a community centre — stopping for a hug, pausing for a chat.

“This community is all about the people. It’s like a reciprocal love. It’s like a net that’s given,” says the 21-year-old University of Toronto student and spoken word artist. “I don’t know how to describe it.”

On a hot June afternoon, she’s taking the Star on a tour of her neighbourhood — past old apartment buildings, towering modern condos, and colourful public artwork — sharing her memories and hopes for a community that’s been changing before her eyes for the past eight years.