Community Events

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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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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Relationship Counselling Seminar

On Saturday, September 15th, a relationship seminar took place at WaterWorld, from 10am to 12pm. Marriage and relationship coach, John Sullivan, came to Windsor’s WaterWorld to talk about relationships. He spoke about safety in relationships and how we consciously and unconsciously do things to one another. Sullivan’s relationship advice did not just apply to married […]

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Official Launch of the Omoluabi Newspaper!

People from all over the greater Windsor-Essex community came together to support the official launch of the Omoluabi Newspaper on July 25th 2018. Serving as a Violence Prevention Campaign Initiative funded by the Ontario Government, Omoluabi aims to educate and positively influence the African Canadian youth in Southwestern Ontario. The event was held at Windsor’s […]