Diversity is Canada’s strength and a cornerstone of our national identity. Still, many Canadians face barriers that prevent them from fully participating in society.
For the 8th year in a row, BrAIDS for AIDS will be hosting its signature fundraising event -The International BrAIDathon and Beauty Show on July 27th, 2019.
Toronto, Canada—June 5, 2019—The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) announces today that it has acquired The Montgomery Collection of Caribbean Photographs, a singular collection of more than 3,500 historical images from 34 countries including Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad.
Imagine getting into Harvard University and then finding out you've got just three months to come up with tens of thousands of dollars to prove you'll be able to afford the tuition.
The Audace au Féminin team announces that Celina Caesar-Chavannes is the recipient of the Viola-Desmond Prize for the second edition of the Salon International de la Femme Noire (SIFN).
KIRA celebrates humanity as one village, and its sacred bond to Mother Nature in this evocative work of dance, live percussion, and chants by renowned Guinean artist Fara Tolno.
QUEEN’S PARK — Official Opposition Leader Andrea Horwath and the NDP caucus announced the official formation of the NDP Black Caucus – Ontario’s first formal Black caucus in a political party.
ByBlacks.com is pleased to announce a new partnership with One Vision One Voice (OVOV) to provide Ontarians engaged with the child welfare system. e will provide an easily accessible directory of services, businesses and organizations that parents and caregivers can trust.
Sixty-years ago, on April 27, 1954, a group of determined men and women, led by Barbadian Donald Moore, made the journey from Toronto to Ottawa to present a brief to the Canadian government, protesting the discriminatory laws that made it difficult for Black and other non-White immigrants to enter Canada.