Features: Cultural Organization

  • Durham Caribbean Festival

    “> “> “> “> The Food Zone Cuisine from the Caribbean will be held in our Food Zone, offering a variety of foods from various vendors offering you Jerk Chicken to Curried shrimp. Roasted corn and yams, roti, doubles, ackee and saltfish to some homemade macaroni pie. We will also be featuring vegetarian, vegan Cuban […]

  • Black Business and Professional Association

    ABOUT THE BLACK BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION   Founded in 1983, the BBPA is a non-profit, charitable organization that addresses equity and opportunity for the Black community in business, employment, education and economic development. MISSION To advance Canada’s Black communities by delivering programs that support business and professional excellence, higher education and economic development. VISION […]

  • BLACK CANADIAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION

    BLACK CANADIANS NETWORK “Black Canadians Network” Is An Initiative Of The Diversity Advancement Network, A Non-Profit Organization With A National And Global Mandate To Promote Literacy, Inclusion And Economic Empowerment Of All People, Especially Minority Groups, And Other Economic Marginalized Communities In Canada And Worldwide. We Continuously Showcase Exceptional Talents Through Seminars, And Award Ceremonies. […]

  • Carifika Canada

    Carifika Canada is a national non-profit organization with the purpose of bringing visibility to African and Caribbean people living in Canada. Carifika Canada would have city organizations with the strategic plan to educate the community and serve as well as a collective database to retrieve information on the African and Caribbean community to work closely […]

  • Dylott TO

    Developing Young Leaders of Tomorrow, Today (DYLOTT) is an organization developed by Candies Kotchapaw, a visionary leader in the Black community. Candies, while completing her Master’s of Social Work specializing in Policy Practice at York University, identified the precarious experience of Black Social Workers and the need for their inclusion in policy development. Coupled with […]

  • Growing up black in Niagara

    Sign The Petition! This is a petition to call to action all school boards public and private in the Niagara regions to action on issues of anti-black racism, racial harassment, outdated and incomplete curriculum and lack of afro-centric support for the black student body.

  • La Connexional

    LaTandao – Get Cultured: (re)discover & support your local Afro & Latinx gems LaTandao is an interactive, comprehensive and user-friendly mobile platform that allows you to easily discover, interact & support African, Black, Caribbean and Latinx (ABCL) communities in your area. — The name LaTandao is inspired by the swahili term “Mtandao” which literally translates […]

  • Black Cultural Society of PEI

    Our board members Tamara and Sarah attended this afternoon’s talk with Dr. Charmaine Nelson at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery (and co presented by the UPEI Faculty of Arts). So overwhelmingly appreciative to her for coming and sharing her poignant research on slavery in Canada. We wanted to share Dr. Nelson’s website as it has […]