Black and Indigenous struggles are overlooked in the Canadian Government. We need a change! Take your part and do what you can!
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MANDATE OF NCBWF
The mandate is fulfilled through community-based services, personal and professional development programs across Canada. The NCBWF began locally in British Columbia to secure funding in order to advance opportunities for female/female identifying people of African descent and youth. We have grown into a multi-faceted, non-profit organization that operates locally and collaborates nationally. The NCBWF sponsors educational, social, cultural, economic and health related programs and projects. These projects are designed to meet the needs and concerns of female/female identifying people of African descent and their families by enhancing their quality of life.
Continue the conversation
If you are looking to expand your children's library, Parents for Diversity has compiled an incredible list of books that explore the different experiences, histories, and cultures of people of African descent, which is also sorted by age groups ranging from pre-school all the way up to age 12+.
Books are a great way to continue conversation and education beyond Black History Month. While setting aside one month to celebrate black history is important, black history is part of our entire history and shouldn't be confined to just one month.
Continue the conversation.