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Knowledge is Power

If knowledge is power, and ignorance is supposed to be bliss, it’s clear why Law enforcement agencies across the United States have failed to provide even basic information on Police misconduct, which include police shootings, frisking and sexual assault. Activist and data scientist, Samuel Sinyangwe, gave a riveting presentation on “Using Data for Racial Justice” […]

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Omoluabi Youth Event

Mrs. Abiola Afolabi, Executive director of the Nigerian Canadians for Cultural, Educational and Economic Progress, led a compelling group discussion session aimed at educating local youth on the Omoluabi Principals. Covering all eight principles, Omoluabi is a person of integrity, one who believes in hard work, respects the rights of others and gives back to […]

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United Voices : Celebrating African Canadian Excellence

Throughout history, people of African descent have proven their intelligence, courage and creativity time and time again. There are so many examples of black excellence, that one month simply doesn’t seem like enough time to shine well-deserved spotlights on the accomplishments of some truly exceptional individuals. Hosted by local Historian, Irene Moore-Davis, United Voices took […]

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A Sound Mind

From the time parents find out they’re expecting, they are bombarded with parenting tips and information. But overtime, tips stop pouring in, people stop offering help, and parents can feel alone. A Sound Mind, funded by the Ontario Governemt, provides a supportive environment where parents can receive help at every stage of their child’s growth. […]