Organizers of Black History Month cite 30 Years of Success
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Organizers of Black History Month cite 30 Years of Success

Serving as president of The Round Table on Black History Month for the past two decades has offered Michael Farkas a privileged vantage point to gauge the relationship between...

Vyceroy brings the passion playlist
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Vyceroy brings the passion playlist

‘When it comes to music, I felt a call towards it. I just found that I had a voice in which I could speak into different areas of life...

Kamala Harris’ American Journey
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Kamala Harris’ American Journey

On Wednesday, January 20, Kamala Harris took the oath of office to become the first female, Black, and South Asian vice president of the United States of America, A...

Amanda Gorman:  Speaking Hope
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Amanda Gorman: Speaking Hope

As she stood on the stage at the Capitol Hill, on Wednesday January 20, 2021, Amanda Gorman begun to speak hope to a nation that has been lingering on...

Former Montreal entertainment heavyweight MAWGA K Releases  “Blessings…”
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Former Montreal entertainment heavyweight MAWGA K Releases “Blessings…”

As I said in the previous issue, 2021 should be “The Year of Gratitude”. The Art of Gratitude sometimes takes practice, but when you take time to be present...

The New Anti-Racism Commissioner  should’ve been a Black Woman
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The New Anti-Racism Commissioner should’ve been a Black Woman

The Black community knows a thing or two about the anti-racism struggle in Montreal having been on the frontlines over the past several decades. Some will dare say that...

WHITE PEOPLE THINKING… TALKING BLACK?
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WHITE PEOPLE THINKING… TALKING BLACK?

It’s all about convenience, not about what concerns us… I’m not a social media aficionado by any stretch, but I do maintain an open mind vis-à-vis the abundance of...

The Question of Race in Quebec and Canada
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The Question of Race in Quebec and Canada

Some things never change, do they? Or, some things change slowly…but surely, don’t they? Here we are just one month into the new year, and once again we are...

West Can’s Afro-Caribe Project Was A Cultural and Historical Treat
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West Can’s Afro-Caribe Project Was A Cultural and Historical Treat

Between October 2019 to August 2020 the West Can’s Afro-Caribbean Folklore in Quebec project, targeted school-aged children, adults and seniors in the Anglophone Black community with roots in the...

Nigerian Canadian Association hostS BHM panel on Black Love
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Nigerian Canadian Association hostS BHM panel on Black Love

Since 1986 The Nigerian Canadian Association of Montreal (NCA) has been advocating on behalf of Nigerians in Quebec and beyond as well as assisting to promote business, tourism, humanitarian...