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Coffee of Encouragement and LCC to Launch Book Club on 31st May

Yoleen Naidoo is a reader and a lover of literature. She joins Tee from Ladies Corner Canada to launch their

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  • May 17, 2019
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To Mommas Everywhere | Happy Mothers’ Day

Whilst we salute mothers everywhere, we especially want to salute my mum Mrs Omolade Aderemi Adeyemo. Everyday words cannot describe

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  • May 13, 2019
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Indigenous Women Get Funds For Their Business | Culled From CBC.ca

The Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship Fund is now open to women who may lack access to conventional funding. It was announced

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  • May 12, 2019
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I Believe You | Sexual Violence Awareness Month | Minister Leela Aheer

The month of May is Sexual Violence Awareness month. The best thing you can do to support a friend who

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  • May 12, 2019
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Expert Panel Considers The Opioid Crises In Edmonton

According to Canada Health, opioids are drugs with pain relieving properties that are used primarily to treat pain. Opioids can

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  • April 30, 2019
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No More Excuses, Take Control of Your Life | Author, Rudo Dube

Rudo’s book addresses these negative mindsets by challenging us to go for our dreams. Written from the perspective of a black, successful entrepreneur, Rudo’s book is worth a read.

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  • April 25, 2019
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Alison Clarke’s Novel Circle Inspires a new generation of readers.

It is important, because black children have to see themselves in books, in movies, and on T.V. As a child of colour growing up, I didn’t have that opportunity. There weren’t many black women or men as protagonists in books, on T.V. or in the movies. Things have started to change, but we have a long way to go.

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  • April 24, 2019
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Edmonton’s Sweetheart and Youtube Talk Show Host- Amanda Nothando Nominated For Two Awards

Amanda Nothando is not a stranger to the Edmonton society. An established voice in the creative arts and literary world, she is a native of Zimbabwe and a Canadian resident. Amanda is also the CEO and producer of the Monumental Arts Network. Amanda is a born entertainer and a woman who breaks down glass ceilings everywhere she goes.

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  • April 24, 2019
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The Fight Against Domestic Abuse: Three women talk to Tee Adeyemo.

It is thought that some women in African and Asian communities struggle to talk about their experience of domestic abuse. We can understand this because the marriage institution is sacrosanct in these communities. The feeling is that we have only just tapped into tip of an iceberg in starting this conversation about domestic abuse.

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  • April 4, 2019
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