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Girls Trip Tours helps millennial women confidently explore African destinations while supporting local business women through commerce and empowering young girls through mentorship.

By day, Gordon Shadrach is a Grade 2 teacher at Kew Beach Junior Public School in Toronto's east-end, but by night, he's a painter whose work is now being featured in the Royal Ontario Museum's newest exhibition — something he says is "beyond my wildest dreams." 

For decades, African Canadian families have been demanding major change from child welfare in Ontario.

This past Tuesday the Prime Minister announced to all of Canada that the federal government will officially recognize the UN International Decade for People of African Descent.

The Government of Canada is committed to build a better, more inclusive country that recognizes the contributions of all, and creates better opportunities for more Canadians.

Starting April 2018 the LIFE Foundation will be launching a black history course open to students, male and female, between the ages of 14-17.

This Black History Month, PIECE OF MINE Arts returns with the highly anticipated BLACK MEN IN THEATRE showcase at the grand Fairview Library Theatre, February 15 – 17.

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2018 is almost here and we couldn't let 2017 go without thanking our readers and taking a look back at what you loved most on ByBlacks.com.

Now in its 24th year, you could say the Legacy Poster is something of an institution in Black Canada.

After Celina Caesar-Chavannes (Canada's Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development) was cautioned by a white woman to refrain from stealing her wallet, she had some thoughts she needed to let go.  She spoke those thoughts to ByBlacks writer Andray Domise. They are reproduced faithfully below.

Five months pregnant and looking forward to raising a third child, 35-year-old Rochelle Bobb’s life was snuffed out by gunfire while she was returning home from a basketball game in May 2016.

A Toronto mother says she plans to file a formal complaint after a substitute teacher at an elementary school allegedly made a racist remark to her 11-year-old son.

At 92, after a lifetime of helping people, Ivyline Fleming has decided to take down her community leader’s shingle. 

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