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All that you change | Poetry and Music Open Mic

All that you change | Poetry and Music Open Mic

Join the Alberta Arts Gallery for an evening of performance and story-sharing, exploring the worlds we hope to build. In the rich tradition of Afro-futurism, they want to explore the hopes and dreams we hold for our futures. Inspired by the Black Muslim Futures Zine created by Black Muslim youth and artist in February of 2021 they want to explore questions such as: “The Revolution is won; what world are we building?” and “What were our ancestor’s wildest dreams?”

Navigating the Artworld with Elsa Robinson

Navigating the Art World with Elsa Robinson

This Black History Month, The Art Gallery of Alberta and CARFAC Alberta are excited to have Dr. Syrus Marcus Ware and Elsa Robinson speak on the topic of how to navigate the art world from their perspective and experiences. This professional development program is open to artists and cultural workers looking for advice and resources in building their careers in the arts in Canada. This event will highlight experiences, education, and opportunities that showcase the artistic and cultural contributions of Black artists and cultural workers in Canada.

ACCEC & The University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Work, invite you to join us in celebrating Black History Month on February 24th, 2023.

ACCEC & University of Calgary Faculty of Social Work Presents

ANZA is a Swahili term for a new beginning. The ANZA Black Entrepreneur Ecosystem program is designed to help youth (18-30) to generate & develop business ideas, convert these ideas into a business plan, provide mentorship and help Black youth seek out and apply for loans that they can kick off their businesses with.

Black History Month with Minister Hussen

To support the economic empowerment of Black and Afro-descendant communities, up to $200 million has been dedicated to creating a new Black-Led Philanthropic Endowment Fund. This will provide funding to Black-led, Black-focused, and Black-serving non-profit organizations and registered charities that are on the ground and making a difference in towns and cities across this country.

Jacqueline Biollo is a weekly columnist with Ladiescorner.c

Opportunity | Jacqueline Biollo, MBA, ICD.D

There are endless examples of how a disadvantage, improbability, or little chance can help fuel a drive for success and opportunity. For example, Albert Einstein didn’t speak until he was four. But he persevered and eventually developed the theory of relativity, a view of gravity. Or Benjamin Franklin, who dropped out of school at age ten, taught himself by reading and eventually invented the lightning rod and bifocals. Or novelist Stephen King, whose first novel was rejected 30 times, sold over 350 million copies of his books, many of which have been made into major motion pictures.

Black Poetry with Amanda Gorman and Maya Angelou

Black Poetry with Amanda Gorman and Maya Angelou

There is a true yearning to respond to
The singing River and the wise Rock.
So say the Asian, the Hispanic, the Jew
The African, the Native American, the Sioux,
The Catholic, the Muslim, the French, the Greek
The Irish, the Rabbi, the Priest, the Sheik,
The Gay, the Straight, the Preacher,
The privileged, the homeless, the Teacher.
They hear. They all hear
The speaking of the Tree.

Africa Center celebrates Black History Month

Africa Centre celebrates Black families with breakfast

Africa Centre and Congress of Black Women of Canada – Edmonton Chapter present Family Day Breakfast. A time to gather as a community to participate in activities relating to culture and heritage.

Delicious food from Africa and the Caribbean

Exciting storytelling and poetry

Fashion show and games


Connection, and community building

Learning about Autism with Edore

Learning about Autism with Edore

The Centre for Diseases defines autism as “Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) a developmental disability caused by differences in the brain. People with ASD often have problems with social communication and interaction and restricted or repetitive behaviours or interests. People with ASD may also have different ways of learning, moving, or paying attention. It is important to note that some people without ASD might also have some of these symptoms. But for people with ASD, these characteristics can make life very challenging”.

Giselle General hosts Yeg Updates monthly with LCCMedia

Edmonton City Council Update with Giselle General

If you are interested in accessing this data, they are available online on the City of Edmonton 311 page. 

311 responds to approximately 2 million inquiries a year and the online data sets were refreshed two times a day. If you go to the page you can see different sub-categories, such as the overall volume of 311 requests, archives broken down by year, as well other focused data sets such as categories by ward, by neighbourhood, or by topics. 

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