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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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NCCEEP Executive Director Makes Appearance on Local Podcast

WE Speak (Windsor Essex Speaks), is a local podcast network, located in the heart of Ford city at 998 Drouillard Road. Last Sunday, February 10th, using one of the two high tech production studios, the “All Write in Sin City” podcast, which interviews local writers, recorded their second episode featuring Abiola Afolabi, founder and executive […]

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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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Sokoni Market

Usually people are wary of new businesses. They tend to be unsure of the products or complain about the prices, especially when the business is owned by someone they know. Consumers come up with negative ideas like, “I’m not sure this is going to work”, “I’ll give it 6 months” or “they’re a bit expensive”. […]