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2019 Multinational Mother Language Fest

February 21st recognizes the rare instance in history when people sacrificed their lives for the right to speak in their mother tongue. This year, Harmony, Cultural Research and Exchange Forum, chose to celebrate International Mother Language Day with the 2019, “Multinational Mother Language Fest” (MMLF). Including 20 countries and more than 25 mother languages, countries […]

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Windsor Express Game Night

The Omoluabi Newspaper joined the Windsor Express to celebrate Multicultural Week and the end of their Youth Violence Prevention Campaign. Taking place at Windsor’s WFCU centre, youth gathered together to go over the 9 principles of Omoluabi through different outlets including poetry, speeches and a short film. Dinner was served to close the event, but […]

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Omoluabi Newspaper Presents Principles in Black History

On February 16th, 2019 the Omoluabi Newspaper presented Principles in Black History at the WFCU Center. People from all walks of the community were in attendance including Lana Talbot and Brenda Travis, performers Teajai Travis and Leslie McCurdy, Sergeant Ed Armstrong and Constable S. Gill of the Windsor Police Services, and local Historian Irene Moore-Davis. […]

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“The Unity of Our Community” Black History Month Fundraiser Dinner

Unifor Local 444 presented “The Unity of Our Community” Black History Month Fundraiser Dinner on Saturday February 16th, 2019. Events highlighting the many great accomplishments of the black community provide an opportunity to show the public just how important their contributions are to all of society as well as provide a platform for current artists […]

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Respect

Respect is not a law, but it is obtained. It means that if you don’t respect people, people will not respect you. Remember the proverb that says, “don’t do to someone what you would not want done to you”. All this is to say that when you are disrespectful to someone, that person will be […]