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IWD Profile | Amal Mohamud

Amal has worked with OMNI Alberta, AMI Accessible Media, CBC Edmonton Creator Network, City News Edmonton, Edmonton Foundation Community and Muslim Kids TV as an independent producer and journalist.

A conversation with social workers Kehinder Ekpudu and Neisau Ramcharan

An informal group was established in 2018 through grassroots community organizing efforts. After the death of George Floyd in 2020 and multiple previous violence, there was a need to come together and create space to unpack the complexities of the experience; especially when many of us were working and continue to work in places that are silent on social issues. In addition to this, we recognized the community’s need for culturally specific approaches to serving people of African descent in Alberta.

Giselle General hosts Yeg Updates monthly with LCCMedia

Edmonton City News with Giselle General

The Edmonton Combative Sports Commission (ECSC) is a Council Committee composed of up to 7 volunteer citizen members, and they make decisions regarding licensing, conduct, qualifications and contests of activities that include but are not limited to boxing, wrestling, full contact karate, kickboxing, martial arts, mixed martial arts and muaythai.

Jacqueline Biollo received her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Royal Roads University. Her daughter, Madison, is applying to universities nationwide to continue her academic journey. Apple. Tree. #motherdaughter

Reading Week | Jacqueline Biollo, MBA, ICD.D

We visited one of Toronto’s most celebrated attractions, Nathan Phillips Square. We donned our ice skates and courage and laughed and shrieked around the rink. We were stopping in less-than-perfect figure-skater finesse to take a selfie or two amidst the urban backdrop of sparkling lights. 

Black UAlberta Students Celebrate Cultural Resilience in Black History Month Gala

On February 24th, 2023, the UABSA is hosting a Black History Month (BHM) Gala to celebrate BHM amongst Black students and Allies of the University of Alberta. The event’s theme, “Cultural Resilience in Black Arts,” will highlight the cultural history of the various forms of Black Arts in the diaspora. This year, the gala will showcase the diverse artistic cultures encompassing Edmonton’s various African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) communities. 

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